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An overhaul of Inter’s goalkeeping department is in line for the start of next season and a change in personnel has already been confirmed on Thursday morning.
La Gazzetta dello Sport has revealed that Inter’s current goalkeeping coach, Adriano Bonaiuti, will leave San Siro at the end of this season. Bonaiuti will be replaced by 56-year-old Milanese Gianluca Spinelli, who is currently goalkeeping coach under Roberto Mancini with the Italian national team. Spinelli has also spent the last four years in a duel with Paris Saint-Germain, where he was initially recruited around the same time as Gianluigi Buffon in 2018. Since Buffon left, Spinelli has worked with a number of goalkeepers in Paris, most recently with former Milan stopper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
For Inter, there could still be more changes in the current goalkeeping lineup as Samir Handanovic is expected to leave the club. According to rumors, there is also interest in Andre Onana, especially from Chelsea and Manchester United, according to Gazzetta.
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