on the pitch at 9pm at San Siro for the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia.
The match is worth direct access to the semi-final of the tournament.
HERE ATALANTA -
HERE ATALANTA -
An eve with one more Scalvini and one less market man.
For Atalanta in view of the quarter of the Italian Cup with Inter, the biggest question concerns Demiral, at the center of talks with the Nerazzurri for a transfer at the end of the winter window of operations.
Compared to the championship match against Sampdoria, when the defender from Brescia born in 2003 suffered a knock to the knee without complications, the players from Bergamo are preparing to re-present, if not the same formation, at least the same rearguard, with Djimsiti in the middle and Toloi right arm .
The Turkish international, even if unofficially, is de facto out of the squad.
He played his last match for the Bergamo team, taking over from Palomino following his injury in Turin with Juve, on the last day of the first leg.
His is a mystery that could be solved right from the summons, shortly before the departure by bus from Zingonia to Milan.
Gian Piero Gasperini conceded today to break ranks, in order not to add to the pre-match pressures also those of withdrawal: all the players available have returned home from afternoon training.
Unavailable Zappacosta and Palomino, who has an injury to his left hamstring.
The Nerazzurri coach, with 22 goals scored since the second half in January, five of which against Spezia in the eighth-final of the Cup, is oriented towards confirming the offensive trident with Hojlund between Lookman and Boga.
In the lane, Maehle and Hateboer clearly favored over Ruggeri and Soppy: the latter, from the Serie A match with the Milanese in Bergamo before the break for the World Cup,
he has always remained on the bench.
In goal Musso doesn't fear competition from Sportiello, while the only alternative to De Roon in the middle together with Koopmeiners could be Ederson.
Forward perhaps only Pasalic threatens a starter, or Boga, if the deployment is more covered
HERE INTER -
HERE INTER -
Look for an encore in the Italian Cup and get ready for Sunday's derby against Milan.
Inter awaits Atalanta in the quarter-finals of the national trophy at the San Siro, a delicate challenge above all because the Bergamo players arrive at the Meazza in excellent form while Simone Inzaghi's Nerazzurri continue to stutter.
The unconvincing victory against Cremonese was only a small step forward after the knockout against Empoli last week, but Lautaro Martinez and his teammates are still looking for the spark that can launch the second part of the season, with the goal, if not keep the trail of Napoli (by now escaped to +13) at least to consolidate their position in the run-up to the Champions League.
The next few days could thus be the turning point for the Nerazzurri,
provided of course to emerge unscathed from the double big match on the calendar.
The Coppa Italia remains a non-secondary objective for Inzaghi, who already showed last year that he cares about us particularly even at the cost of sacrificing something in the league.
This time, however, it's different, because the derby is on the horizon and this can at least lead to various reflections on the owners in an anti-Atalanta formation.
Meanwhile at Inter the Skriniar case continues to hold the court.
The Slovak is now ready to become a PSG player, now or next June: the hope for the Nerazzurri management is that the French will re-launch the first 10 million offer to immediately close the story with the Slovak defender, who otherwise will remain until June and then leave at zero in the direction of Paris.
In case the
If the deal ends in the last hours of the transfer market, Inter's main objective to replace Skriniar is Demiral from Atalanta in a deal that the management hopes to be able to close on loan with the right to buy.
Among the other names, more secluded are those of Becao (Udinese) and Djalò (Lille).