GK: Julio César Soares de Espindola (2005- present)
|Taken from Football-News|
Honorable mentions: Walter Zenga and Francesco Toldo
RB: Javier Zanetti(1995-present)
|Taken from Javier Zanetti Guides|
CB: Giuseppe Bergomi (1979-1999)
|Taken from DNA Milan|
CB: Sinisa Mihajloviç (2004-2006)
|Taken from Taringa!|
Mihajloviç ended his playing career after the 2005-06 season, age 37, having one Scudetto, two Coppa Italia trophies and a Super Coppa Italia title as an Inter Milan player.
Honorable mentions: Taribo West and Marco Materazzi
LB: Giacinto Facchetti (1960-78)
|Taken from Fabbrica Inter|
The legendary captain has a basket full of achievements and honours: 4 Serie A Scudetto, 1 Coppa Italia, 2 European Cup- Winners trophies, 2 Intercontinental Cups and a Euro 68 winner.
DM: Esteban Cambiasso (2004-Present)
|Taken from Bar Kulan|
A player who reads the game like few others, the Argentine international offers protection to defence and thrust in attack with his probing runs and neat distribution.
As an Inter player, he has achieved 5 Serie A Scudetto, 4 Coppa Italia, 4 Super Coppa Italiana, 1 UEFA Champions league and 1 FIFA Club World Cup.
CM: Luis Suarez (1961-70)
|Taken from Forza Italian Football|
During his 9-year reign at Inter, he achieved 3 Serie A Scudetto, 2 European cups and 2 Intercontinental cups.
Honorable mention: Alvaro Recoba
AM: Dejan Stankoviç (2004-present)
|Taken from 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa|
So far at Inter, he has won 1 UEFA Champions league trophy, 1 Club World Cup, 4 Coppa Italia, 4 European Super Cup and 5 Serie A Scudetto.
AM: Alessandro Mazzola (1960-1977)
|Taken from Inter Leaning|
The creative utility player, was blessed with brilliant close ball control and ability to shoot with both legs. He won 4 Serie A Scudetto, 2 European cups, 2 Intercontinental cups, Euro 68 and Serie A top scorer (1964/65)
Honorable mention: Roberto Baggio
CS: Giuseppe Meazza (1927-1940, 1946/47)
|Taken from SoccerBuzz|
Nonetheless, he had a stint with AC Milan which why it’s no wonder that the 'San Siro' stadium was re-named after him (Giuseppe Meazza) in his honour. His 243 goals in 365 games, helped him to win 3 Serie A Scudetto, 1 Coppa Italia , 2 Dr. Gero cups. He also won the FIFA World Cup with Italy in 1934 and 1938.
Honorable mentions: Ronaldo and Matteo Altobelli
CF: Christian Vieri (1999-2005)
|Taken from Corriere della Sera|
His 6-year reign at Inter brought some achievements to him and inter: 1 Coppa Italia, 1 Super Coppa Italia, 1 Serie A top scorer (2003), Serie A footballer of the year (1999), 2 Italian footballer of the year titles (1999,2002) and Guerin d'Oro (2002).
Honorable mentions: Lothar Mathaeus and Lorenzi
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