The new Inter striker has already proven to fans and management that he fits in well with Inter’s philosophy and style, according to a report in Italian media today.
As reported by The Gazzetta dello Sport, the Bosnian striker immediately showed that he will be the center of Inter’s attacking game on the pitch as faster players run away from him.
This is what happened on Saturday night with Inter’s first goal in a 3-0 win over Dynamo Kiev. The ball was played with his back to the goal in Edin Dzeko and he instinctively put it to Nicolo Barella, who then scored.
This is a resemblance to the game played by Romelu Lukaku, who is wonderful at stopping the game and drawing others into battle.
Therefore, Edin Dzeko is a logical short-term solution for the sale of Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea.