ROME - Massimo Moratti spoke about Inter's summer transfer strategy on the sidelines of a meeting of Inter Club Parlamento members in Rome.
"The names of the players linked to Inter in the newspapers are all of such a high level that it is obvious that they could interest us, but we have no need to spend uselessly," said the Inter number one. "We will just make a few targeted signings."
Moratti named no names, explaining that "our targets are an attacking midfielder and one or two attacking wingers. Mourinho is not a demanding coach. He's not crazy. He's not interested in making useless interventions, but just a few targeted changes. I think he is very close to the team and he will certainly participate in the final decision about which new players will be part of the Inter project."
As for the Nerazzurri's objectives in 2008/09, Moratti said: "We will try to confirm ourselves in Italy and we will obviously be looking to do well in the European Cup. The final will be played in Rome, so it would be nice to play against the Giallorossi."