Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni denies he's lost the dressing room. Stramaccioni hit back angrily at the media, who were highly critical of the 3-1 defeat to Siena.

"Ezequiel Schelotto did not play badly against Siena. He hadn't played in a while and was in a new team, so it takes time to adapt. We signed some new players who can help us improve. We got Schelotto and Zdravko Kuzmanovic to bring more intensity to midfield.

"I read some absurd things on Cambiasso, suggesting he'd had a row with me. He is important to me as a man first and then a player, because he has always given his contribution."