Armando Madonna has departed from his role as head coach of the Inter Primavera team.

This is confirmed by the club’s official site, which states that the 57-year-old has left the club after three years in the post and wishes him luck in his future endeavours.

Madonna departs after the club exited from the Primavera cup at the semi-final stage against Empoli’s youth team, with the coach unable to pick up a piece of silverware with the youth sector team.

However, Madonna is still thought to have had a strong tenure with the Primavera, with his key objective being to give experience to young players and prepare them for senior football.

Madonna replaced Stefano Vecchi in the role in 2018, joining the youth team lub from current Serie D side Virtus Bergamo.

It is thought that the Nerazzurri will look to replace the outgoing coach with former treble-winner with the club Christian Chivu, with the Romanian having spent several seasons coaching Inter’s youth teams already.