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Inter enter a new era this season under the tutelage of Walter Mazzarri, after Massimo Moratti dispensed of the services of Andrea Stramaccioni this summer.
With Mazzarri's wonderful record at Napoli, it was a move that the Nerazzurri could not afford to let pass them by.
The team is far from ready to replicate the achievements of Jose Mourinho, but the Nerazzurri are gradually taking shape and could be a dark horse in the race for the top three.
Mauro Icardi, Saphir Taider, Mateo Kovacic, Ishak Belfodil and Juan Jesus will form the core of a new generation at Inter.
Mazzarri will be tasked with blending a team together that will be ready next summer to take that next step, when just a couple of additions will promote them into title contention.
It has been a rather positive summer for the Nerazzurri in terms of sheer number of moves secured, but with the lack of proven quality arriving, Inter are taking numerous risks.
Ins: Diego Laxalt (Defensor, £2.02m), Mauro Icardi (Sampdoria, £5.28m), Ruben Botta (Tigre, free), Hugo Campagnaro (Napoli, free), Marco Andreolli (Chievo, free), Gaby Mudingayi (Bologna, £0.66m), Juan Pablo Carrizo (Lazio, free), Wallace (Chelsea, £1.32m loan), Ishak Belfodil (Parma, £6.6m), Rolando (Porto, £0.44m), Alessandro Capello (Bologna, £2.2m), Saphir Taider (Bologna, £4.84m)
Outs: Giulio Donati (Leverkusen, £2.64m), Luca Caldirola (Werder Bremen, £1.98m), Tomasso Rocchi (Released), Antonio Cassano (Parma, undiscolosed), Andrea Romano (Bologna, £1.1m), Dejan Stankovic (Released).
Net spend: -£22.7m