Inter Milan have spent every year in Serie A since its inception in 1929. They are one of the most well-supported and well-known teams in Italian football. They ground share the Giuseppe Meazza with city rivals AC Milan, and Football Ticket Pad are fortunate enough to be able to stock tickets for all Serie A games at this incredible stadium.
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The man currently at the helm at Inter Milan is none other than former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini, but maybe not for long if he doesn’t improve on a poor showing from Inter in the 2014/2015.They, like their rivals AC Milan, have spent big money this summer, recruiting France international Geoffrey Kondogbia for £21 million pounds as their marquee signing.
2015/16 has been a improved season for the Nerazzurri as they claw back on ground lost on their main rivals in Italy. Inter are challenging for the Champions League places in Serie A and have closed the gap on champions, Juventus, Napoli and Roma and sit in 4th place which will guarantee a Europa League place next season.
Mauro Icardi has had a fine season for Inter and is the club's top scorer. The Argentine looks to fire his team into Europe this season and has recently pledged his future to the club amid interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs.
Former Manchester City striker, Stevan Jovetic has also had a promising campaign at Inter Milan after signing on an 18 month loan deal. Jovetic has netted seven times for the Nerazzurri, including a match-winning double against Napoli.
Jovetic will be hoping to push on next season after showing signs of talent he once showed at Fiorentina before his transfer to the Premier League. The serbian started off well on his return to Serie A, before his season was hampered by injuries.