Gabriele Oriali looks set to depart from his role of technical manager at Inter after the Euros, according to reports.

This from today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the club have a replacement for the Italian lined up in the form of Riccardo Ferri.

Oriali joined the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2019 along with Antonio Conte, with the 68-year-old acting as technical manager alongside Conte as head coach.

The former Inter and Italy player has also held a role working with Roberto Mancini in the Italian national team setup, and is currently focusing all his attention on the Azzurri, with Friday’s EURO 2020 quarterfinal clash with Belgium on the horizon.

Oriali will hold talks with the Nerazzurri about his future whenever Italy’s Euros are complete, but it now appears that the likely outcome will be his departure.

Should this come to pass, the club are ready to replace him with Riccardo Ferri.