The near future of Inter is called Antonio Conte but the present says that there are one million good reasons to bring themselves to the Champions League. From Spalletti to Icardi, from Perisic to Nainggolan, from Politano to Lautaro, everyone has a reason to step on the accelerator.
Inter see the finish line approaching but to avoid the nightmares they must make one last push: 6 points out of 9 and they will be mathematically in and everything starts on Monday night against Chievo. In the first leg, the 39-year-old Sergio Pellissier made Christmas a bit less sweet due to his 90th minute goal for the 1-1 draw. Now, it is time for revenge in front of one million fans at the San Siro.
Yes, because in the first final out of three, Inter will reach seven digits in Serie A attendance. Inter are currently at 979,710 in 16 matches at home (played behind closed doors against Sassuolo) and with an average of over 61,200 fans per home match, they are leading Serie A on this front, in front of rival Milan which will also reach one million in their last home game against Frosinone.