The alarm bells have not yet been rung in Turin, but the offices of the 'Vecchia Signora' are becoming increasingly nervous about the team's erratic course.
The team reacted bravely to the disappointing defeat in the final of the Coppa Italia and seemed to seal the league, once again open after three games without a win. Despite the lurches, Inter are six points behind and Lazio eight.
True to their historical pragmatism, in Italy, they assure that the 'bianconera' management will apply the maxim "first win and then think".
In other words, if Juventus wins the 'Scudetto' they will remain at the helm of the transalpine champion.
Otherwise, a crisis cabinet will be opened and the option of dismissal does not seem too insignificant. That means that Sarri has the confidence of the management for the time being.
In fact, the club does not place all the responsibility on the Neapolitan coach but has identified some shortcomings that have been dragging on since Allegri's last spell (such as the notorious drop in performance during the second half).
The board believes that the project must be renewed, with pronounced signs of wear and tear, which is why, according to 'Tuttosport', they will put Khedira, Higuain, Matuidi, De Sciglio and Rugani on display.
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