Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin expects several top suitors to court Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi in the summer.

The 47-year-old has now made a name for himself on the Italian and European stages.

Last term, he guided the Nerazzurri towards the Champions League final, and he’s looking to replicate this great feat this term.

Moreover, the former Lazio man is on the right path towards lifting his maiden Scudetto title. Inter currently sit on top of the Serie A standings with nine points separating them from their closest chasers while having an extra match in hand.

Therefore, Biasin believes that several top European clubs will be seeking Inzaghi’s services for next season.

However, he expects the manager to remain at Appiano Gentile, at least until the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup.

“Inzaghi does everything he can not to self-promote but he already has several suitors,” said the Libero journalist in his interview with TV Play.

“There will be many benches available this summer. I think Inzaghi will also have offers as he had in the past.

“However, I believe that he feels good at Inter and that he wants to play in the Club World Cup with the Nerazzurri.

“But as we all know, anything can happen on the market.”

Fabrizio Biasin Expects Several Offers To Arrive For Inter Milan Coach Simone Inzaghi

On another note, Biasin doesn’t find any reason to celebrate Inter’s 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16.

“It makes no sense to celebrate a 1-0 victory against Atletico Madrid. It would be foolish to overdo the celebrations.

“No wonder that many Inter players, above all Mkhitaryan, were not happy with the result. They should have won with a bigger scoreline.

“Inter can be satisfied with the performance, but a difficult away leg awaits them.”

The Inter journalist identifies Atletico striker Alvaro Morata as the one who can inflict damage on the Nerazzurri.

“Before thinking about the return leg with Atletico, Inter will have to concentrate on the matches against Lecce and Atalanta.

“However, the bogeyman for the return match will be Alvaro Morata. He came in the first leg but didn’t have proper service.

“The player who impressed me the most in Atletico was Axel Witsel, who did well at the back.”

Finally, Biasin credits the club’s owners Suning for Inter’s regained international appeal.

“Everyone can have their opinions on the ownership of Inter. However, it is a club that has gained a lot of appeal on the international level recently.

“There are many reasons to feel good at Inter, despite the economic problems which, in any case, do not affect the serenity of the environment.”