Inter are not currently seriously discussing the possibility of sacking head coach Simone Inzaghi, but the feeling is that there have to be signs that he’s gotten the team back on track before the World Cup break in November.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri have the World Cup as something of a deadline at which the grace period for the coach could come to an end.
Inzaghi has guided the team to a start to the season that has been a long way from what they’ll have hoped for, and expected, but so far it has just been seven matches played with a lot of football yet to come.
The view within the club is still that at this stage a lot more has to be seen before any rash actions are taken with respect to the coach’s position.
However, with the winter World Cup break looming, there will be a natural opportunity to make any big changes that the club feels are necessary, whilst the weeks between the current international break and then will be an important period for Inzaghi to show that he can find a turning point with this group of players.