Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi is reportedly on the verge of signing a new contract with the club.

The 47-year-old joined the club in the summer of 2021. He won both the Coppa Italia and Italian Super Cup twice in his first two seasons at the club.

He also guided the Nerazzurri towards the Champions League final last season but fell just short at the final against Man City in Istanbul.

The former Lazio boss has a contract that runs until 2024. But he’s reportedly set to ink a new one.

According to Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInterNews, Inzaghi will extend his deal with Inter for another year. The two parties already had an agreement in principle since August.

Therefore, the club will push back the deadline until June 2025. The source expects the manager to collect 5.5 million euros per season as wages in addition to bonuses.

Inter Milan Manager Simone Inzaghi Is Edging Ever Closer To Signing Contract Extension

As the report explains, Inzaghi’s position at the club is currently stronger than ever. Last spring, the tactician risked losing his spot in the dugout due to a negative streak on the pitch.

Nevertheless, the Italian managed to steady the ship and secure a Top Four finish while also leading the club towards the UCL final.

This term, the Nerazzurri started the campaign in brilliant fashion under the guidance of the Ex-Lazio manager.

The Beneamata have already won the first three league matches of the season and are yet to concede a goal.