Ex-Milan Player Braglia Criticises Inter For Not Using Enough Italian Players

Former Milan goalkeeper Simone Braglia believes Inter are partially responsible for the Italian national team’s current struggles, blaming the Nerazzurri for not giving enough Italian players a look-in.

Roberto Mancini’s side saw their winless run extended to five matches on Wednesday when the Azzurri were held to a 1-1 draw by Ukraine, a match in which Roberto Gagliardini was an unused substitute.

Inter fielded 11 overseas players in their 2-1 win over SPAL last Sunday but have been using four Italians – Danilo D’Ambrosio, Roberto Gagliardini, Matteo Politano and Antonio Candreva – on a regular basis this season.

“Italy just don’t have the players at the moment,” Braglia told RMC Sport.

“Italy needs Italian players – I wouldn’t want to be Mancini trying to put together a squad for the next European championships.

“If the Italian players aren’t playing in Serie A then everything becomes that much harder: if Inter are playing with 11 foreigners then it’s very difficult for Mancini to find the talent he needs.”

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