Inter 2023/24 – Team Analysis

Inter managed to reach the UCL final last season and they put up a great fight against Man City. Even though some key players left, Simone Inzaghi is building a great team, capable of challenging both the Serie A and the Champions League. They have also beat their eterna rivals, Milan 5-1 in the weekend.



Benjamin PavardCentre-Back27FranceInter€30.0m
Kristjan AsllaniDefensive Midfielder21AlbaniaFC Empoli€10.0m
Yann BisseckCentre-Back22GermanyAarhus GF€7.0m
Yann SommerGoalkeeper34SwitzerlandBayern Munich€7.0m
Davide FrattesiCentral Midfield23ItalySassuoloLoan fee: €6.0m
Francesco AcerbiCentre-Back35ItalyLazio€3.5m
Marcus ThuramCentre-Forward25FranceBor. Monchengladbachfree transfer
Davy KlassenCentral Midfield30HollandAjaxfree transfer
Juan CuadradoRight Midfield35ColombiaJuventusfree transfer
Alexis SanchezCentre-forward34ChileMarseillefree transfer

The main transfer for Inter is none other than former Bayern defender, Benjamin Pavard. The Frenchman, who can play either right back or centre back, will probably play an important role in Inter’s season, but he is yet to find his footing. Sommer came in from Bayern to replace Onana. A lot of free transfers as well, the most notable one is forward, Marcus Thuram.

Note, Asllani and Acerbi were both part of Inter’s squad last season as well.

Notable departures

Andre OnanaGoalkeeper27CameroonMan Utd€52.5m
Andrea PinamontiCentre-Forward24ItalySassuolo€20.0m
Marcelo BrozovicDefensive Midfielder30CroatiaAl-Nassr€18.0m
Robin GosensLeft Midfield29GermanyUnion Berlin€13.0m
Samuele MulattieriCentre-Forward22ItalySassuolo€6.0m
Lorenzo PirolaCentre-Back21ItalySalernitana€5.0m
Giovanni FabbianCentral Midfield20ItalyBologna€5.0m
Joaquin CorreaSecond Striker29ArgentinaMarseilleLoan fee: 2m
Milan SkriniarCentre-Back28SlovakiaPSGfree transfer

Lots of departures. The big one is obviously Andre Onana who went to Man Utd for more than 50 million. Brozovic joined Ronaldo at Al Nassr, while Gosens went back to Germany. A big blow to the team is defender, Milan Skriniar leaving on a free to join PSG.


1GKSUIYann Sommer
2DFNEDDenzel Dumfries
5MFITAStefano Sensi
6DFNEDStefan de Vrij
7MFCOLJuan Cuadrado
8FWAUTMarko Arnautović (on loan from Bologna)
9FWFRAMarcus Thuram
10FWARGLautaro Martínez (captain)
12GKITARaffaele Di Gennaro
14MFNEDDavy Klaassen
15DFITAFrancesco Acerbi
16MFITADavide Frattesi (on loan from Sassuolo)
20MFTURHakan Çalhanoğlu
21MFALBKristjan Asllani
22MFARMHenrikh Mkhitaryan
23MFITANicolò Barella (vice-captain)
28DFFRABenjamin Pavard
30DFBRACarlos Augusto (on loan from Monza)
31DFGERYann Aurel Bisseck
32DFITAFederico Dimarco
36DFITAMatteo Darmian
42MFFRALucien Agoumé
70FWCHIAlexis Sánchez
77GKITAEmil Audero (on loan from Sampdoria)
95DFITAAlessandro Bastoni

All in all, a nice squad, built specifically for Simone Inzaghi’s system. We have 5 great CBs in de Vrij, Acerbi, Pavard, Darmian and Bastoni. For the wide wingback/midfielder position alongside Dimarco and Dumfries, now we also have Cuadrado.

The midfield also has decent options, along the starting trio will also have Asllani, Frattesi, Stefano Sensi and new arrival: Klaasen.

The attack also has lots of options, next to Lautaro Martinez and Thuram, Inzaghi can also use Alexis Sanchez and Arnautovic. Lots of experience!

Possible Starting 11

Sommer is most probably number 1 for the season. Pavard, given the fact he is the biggest signing of the team this summer will most probably find his way into the team, however for now Darmian, Acerbi and Bastoni are playing well, including in the beating of Milan. De Vrij is also an option for CCB.

In midfield, things are looking clear. Dumfries will play RWB/MF, while Dimarco will occupy the left wing. Mkhitaryan, Calhanoglu and Barella are amazing players, they will start in the centre. The attacking duo in the standard formation is Thuram and Lautaro, however don’t disregard the veterans!