For the first time since 1995, Inter will head into next season without Massimo Moratti as president, and that, combined with other factors, could make for one of the more intriguing campaigns in the club’s history.
Shortly after completing his takeover, new owner Erick Thohir appeared on Italian TV show "Che tempo che fa" and promised “to construct a system” to help the club return competing for honours (h/t FootballItalia). In the same interview, he also said the Nerazzurri “must play the long game, know how to expand and become stronger,” adding that “If Inter don’t follow that model, they won’t be competitive in future.”
Having said all the right things, the Indonesian businessman suffered a fan revolt due to the club’s January transfer policies (via Goal.com). He will need to ensure Inter conduct themselves in a much more intelligent manner this summer, a period which could shape their ability to challenge for years to come.
Over the following pages are 12 things Inter must do in order to see themselves back among Serie A’s top clubs.