Inter will discuss Gabriele Oriali’s future with the technical manager after the Euros, with the Italian currently concentrating on his duties with the Italy national team.

This according to yesterday’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 68-year-old could depart from the Giuseppe Meazza.

Oriali has held his position for the past two seasons under head coach Antonio Conte, but with Conte departed it is unsure whether the Italian will remain in post under new manager Simone Inzaghi.

Oriali is thought to have been close with Conte, and could leave with the former Juventus, Italy, and Chelsea manager gone, though this is not a guarantee and he could also remain to assist Inzaghi.

With Italy set to face off against Belgium in the EURO 2020 quarterfinal round on Friday, however, and the possibility of an even lengthier run at the tournament, Oriali is currently not focusing his energies on his club position.

Should discussions with the coach lead to his departure, the Nerazzurri have a replacement lined up for him in the form of Riccardo Ferri.