Inter look set to part ways with technical manager Gabriele Oriali, but the coach would have stayed on for at least one more season had Antonio Conte not departed.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the 68-year-old would have remained to assist Conte but is not likely to remain in his role under Conte’s replacement Simone Inzaghi.

Oriali arrived in the summer of 2019 along with Conte, and has been holding dual positions with the Nerazzurri and the Italian national team, with the Italian currently assisting Azzurri boss Roberto Mancini at the Euros.

The coach has been considering his future, with his duties for both the club and national sides a source of fatigue, and his contract with Inter currently runs until June 2022.

Had Conte remained as head coach Oriali likely would have stayed on to continue working with the former Juventus, Italy, and Chelsea boss for at least one more season, but now he looks set to depart with the club ready to replace him with Riccardo Ferri.