The Nerazzurri coach says that his club is almost finished in the transfer market, and they will only make further additions if it strengthens the teamAndrea Stramaccioni has voiced his opinion that Inter's squad is nearly complete, and added that any new signings will have to significantly improve the team.
The Nerazzurri have already secured the services of players such as Samir Handanovic, Matias Silvestre, Rodrigo Palacio and Antonio Cassano this summer, and Stramaccioni is quite satisfied with the players at his availability.
"As for the transfer market, I'm happy with the players I can choose from and I'm counting on them," Stramaccioni stated at a press conference.
"As things stand, also considering the injured players, I think the squad is almost complete.
"If Marco Branca and Piero Ausilio were to bring in another new face between now and the end of the transfer window it would be to further strengthen the group."
Inter are currently in talks with Porto over the transfer of Uruguay international Alvaro Pereira, while they are also close to signing Walter Gargano from Napoli.