Inter won their fourth successive Scudetto last season, after easily seeing off their nearest rivals Juventus and Milan with a few rounds to spare.
Despite that, they failed yet again to excel in the UEFA Champions League, something that they are desperate to improve on in the coming campaign.
With that in mind, they have made two significant signings to this point: Diego Milito and Thiago Motta, both of whom played with Genoa last term.
The Nerazzurri have been linked with the likes of Deco and Ricardo Carvalho from Chelsea, and also the retired Pavel Nedved, formerly of Juventus.
The club’s hierarchy met earlier today to discuss a number of issues, and according to president Massimo Moratti, their involvement in this summer’s transfer period could be over.
“I hope we don’t buy any other players this summer, because at this point we are one of few teams to have made purchases on the market,” Moratti affirmed in an interview reported by Goal Italia.
“I was pleased to meet with everyone tonight, but we didn’t discuss any potential new players. We are happy with our purchases for now.”
The president concluded the interview by touching upon the club's reported interest in Nedved.
He continued, "Anything can happen, but we will evaluate our transfer situation in time.”
Adrian Del Monte, Goal.com