It’s official. Inter Milan and Simone Inzaghi have renewed their collaboration for an additional year.

The club’s official website has announced that the manager has extended his contract until 2025.

The 47-year-old has been at the helm since 2021 after making the move from Lazio. He replaced Antonio Conte who vacated his position after winning the Scudetto title.

Even though Inzaghi failed to emulate Conte’s league exploits in his first two attempts, he proved to be a cup expert.

The Italian tactician won both the Coppa Italia and Italian Super Cup in his first two seasons at Appiano Gentile, raising his tally to four trophies at the club.

Inter Milan And Simone Inzaghi Have Signed A New Contract, Extending Their Collaboration Until The Summer Of 2025

He also guided the club towards the Champions League final last season. Sadly for the Beneamata, they fell just short in the final against Man City despite an admirable display in Istanbul.

For his part, Inzaghi won the trust of the management following a solid charge at the end of last season as we reported earlier today.

Reports have suggested that Inzaghi has been on the cusp of signing a contract renewal. The official confirmation has now arrived.

The manager’s original deal was set to expire at the end of the season. The two parties have now pushed the deadline for 2025.