The midfield gives, the midfield takes away. If the victory is due to just two of the five in between, Antonio Conte is forced to a restlessness that cannot even tame the return of Danilo D’Ambrosio after the injury recovered during the engagement with the Azzurri in the match against Greece. Contian anxiety is called Stefano Sensi that seems to have no luck and stops for the third time in just over a month, renewing those concerns that a not so long blanket (especially in midfield) have already triggered the Nerazzurri alarms with a lot of noise. If the three points grabbed last night allowed the Lecce to celebrate his daughter's birthday in serenity, to disturb his soul is not even an old-fashioned call Radja Nainggolan.
The Ninja who had seasoned his return home with some slowdown that caused the 'haters' to sigh, he shuffled the cards again and returned to shine as he can do better and as he always promised to do: on the field. Or rather in midfield. The lord of Antwerp nel lunch-match of today against Fiorentina has made sparks, imposing itself as the best in the field. The Nerazzurri midfielder but on loan at Cagliari participated in 4 of the 5 rossoblu goals, serving three assists and scoring an impressive goal, but only for those unfamiliar with his resume. After the goal Radja shakes his head in a typical manner Nainggo, prankster and carefree and with an expression of one who knows how long he looks up at that people he has always loved. His choice, the first choice after being accompanied to the door by Marotta & co, for the now well known reasons: the goal of keeping a locker room as compact as possible has led the management to defuse it ab ovo any situations that disturb the creation of the group, with the Ninja finished under the cleaver presumably to save Conte the management of any extra-field excesses.
Among those "co", however, it does not fall Antonio Conte, who at Inter would have kept him more than willingly, as repeatedly stated. A match that almost certainly sent Conte's lunch a little sideways, who may even be mulling over Radja's last sentences as Radja's when, on the microphones of FcInternews he said: "I still have a two-year contract with Inter, we'll see what happens." Yeah, we'll see. The coach himself will be the one to see, who after being forced to give up that player who had already strongly desired Chelsea and does not seem to be so sure of being able to embrace that one againArturo Vidal which would seem to be the ideal element he identified to flesh out the midfield, he could dodge the Cagliari-Fiorentina highlights for a while to avoid dwelling too much.