Inter coach Jose Mourinho has opened two training sessions to the public before the squad leaves for the United States this Sunday, according to Calciomercato.it.
On Friday, a group of players will gather at the Angelo Moratti Sports Centre for lunch before going through a training session in the afternoon.
Meanwhile, a second group of players, will be training the following day at 10 AM local time and the supporters are also allowed to come and view the Nerazzurri stars.
During his first few months at Inter, Mourinho reportedly angered a number of fans by having many of his practices held behind closed doors.
Inter will be in a pre-season tournament called the World Football Challenge in the United States, where they will take on Chelsea, Club America, and city rivals AC Milan in different venues around the country.
The fans will be able to see new signings Diego Milito and Thiago Motta in action, who both signed from Genoa earlier in the summer.
Adam Scime, Goal.com