Technical manager Gabriele Oriali looks set to depart from Inter this summer, and will soon meet with CEO Beppe Marotta to discuss his future.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 68-year-old’s departure could be confirmed after talks with the CEO.

Oriali joined the club alongside Antonio Conte in the summer of 2019, assisting the head coach with preparing the team.

When Conte’s departure was confirmed, it was thought that Oriali could as well, with the Italian thought to have been a close ally of the former head coach.

However, this was not yet confirmed, and the possibility has remained that the technical manager could stay on to assist Conte’s replacement Simone Inzaghi in his duties and transition to a new era for the club.

However, talks about the Italian’s future were put off until the Euros, with the technical manager also holding a position assisting Italy national team manager Roberto Mancini in his duties.

Now that the Euros are finished, with the Azzurri having triumphed, Oriali is no longer occupied with the national team and can soon hold talks with the Nerazzurri.

The outcome of these talks is not yet certain, but it is thought that Oriali leaving is a strong possibility.

Should the Italian go, the Nerazzurri could look to find a replacement, with Riccardo Ferri’s name having come up as a possible successor.

However, the likeliest possibility could be a restructuring of operations at the club, with Marotta and Sporting Director Piero Ausilio expanding their existing roles to be more actively involved and present at the sports centre in the past, assisting the head coach.