Former Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti admits the club is "in a bad way".
Moratti says the uncertainty around the club's ownership is affecting the players.
He said on GR Parlamento: “We have to win to get back on track. The recipe is to have a lot of pride and the desire to play for a team known all over the world. You have to feel the weight and strength of having to defend this shirt.
“We are at the beginning, at mid-season maybe the problems of now will be solved. Inter are in a bad way but the gaps are still small.
“We already gifted the Scudetto to Milan last year, we wouldn't want to do it twice in a row.
“The players and the coach will never say that they are conditioned by the management, maybe they say it among themselves. A bit of conditioning is always there, because we are talking about normal people.
“Inter are still in a position to move forward, we need to understand what Steven Zhang's intentions are. I don't know Inter's accounts or the family's personal ones. Certainly when they arrived they were in better shape.
“A lot has changed, I don't know what the solution might be. There are no serious problems, then we need to understand if he intends to keep the club or if he will be forced to sell, in that case the situation would get even worse."