Marcelo Brozovic will surely miss the upcoming two matches against Frosinone (away) and Roma (home) and it is not a certainty that he will be available on the 27th of April when Inter will host Juventus at the San Siro.

Without him, Spalletti is now forced to invent a solution. Playing Borja Valero is the most natural and logical choice: the Spaniard has always played from the very first minute in the five matches that Brozovic wasn’t there. But there are two other alternatives that Spalletti can opt for.

The first is Joao Mario who has played in that position before, often in the second half of matches. The second is Nainggolan who could be pulled back in the midfield to give the trequartista position to Vecino. In terms of formation, watch out for a 4-3-3 (or 4-1-4-1) instead of the usual 4-2-3-1.

Source: GdS

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