Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni is ready to kickoff their Europa League campaign.

Stramaccioni seems happy with the Serie A fixtures, but he insists that the focus right now is on the Europa League.

"It will be an interesting start," he stated to the club's website after the Nerazzurri were drawn to play Pescara, Roma and Torino in the first three weeks of the season.

"We have two away matches in two stadiums that will be all charged up thanks to their deserved returns to Serie A football.

"Then in between there's the first match at the San Siro when we face Roma.

"As for now we're only thinking of the Europa League, but we'll certainly be ready for the start of the League season that looks to be very fascinating."

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