Stefano Sensi’s surprising start to life in an Inter shirt following his Summer transfer has caused Antonio Conte to change his initial plans for the team, at least according to a report which appeared in today’s paper edition of Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.
The diminutive midfielder has become a vital player for Conte’s Nerazzurri side, despite the fact many thought he was only being brought in as a rotational option when he was signed from fellow Serie A side Sassuolo on a season long loan, with an option to buy.
In 9 appearances across all competitions this season, the 24-year-old full Italian international has contributed three goals and tallied four assists.
“Once Conte realised he had found a real treasure in Sensi, he changed the original plans he had for matches wherein he saw the former Sassuolo midfielder as Brozovic’s back-up whilst one of Vecino and Gagliardini would have always played,” the report explains.
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