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Roberto Mancini on Juventus, Lukas Podolski and more signings


Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini says there is no special formula to beat Serie A leaders Juventus.

In what will be this week's highlight in the Italian Serie A, the Nerazzurri face a tough away trip to Turin against Massimiliano Allegri's side.

"There's no particular way to beat Juventus, it's up to us to play a good game," Mancini said.

"We'll see, anything can happen, it's a classic of Italian football and Juventus have been doing well for years now."

Striker Lukas Podolski joined on loan from Arsenal but is not expected to be a regular against the Bianconeri.

"We prepared the game without him [Lukas Podolski] but if the transfer goes through he will surely be sitting on the bench," added the Italian.

"The German is an excellent player who will surely help our cause. He's only 29 so he still has a lot of years ahead of him."

And the 29-year-old might not be the last addition to Mancini's squad.

"I would like to add two wide players [during the winter market]," continued the 50-year-old.

"[Xherdan Shaqiri] could be an asset. But he's a Bayern Munich player, it's an important club, he could be one for the future."

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