Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta has given an update about the future of Simone Inzaghi amid Chelsea and Manchester United links.

The Nerazzurri executive spoke to Italian broadcaster DAZN ahead of the team’s Serie A match against Atalanta, via FCInterNews.

Inzaghi has been enjoying a real boost to his reputation in recent months.

The 47-year-old had already been regarded as one of Italian football’s outstanding coaches for many years. That had been the case since his time in charge of Lazio.

But in the last twelve months, Inzaghi has also impressed on the European stage.

Inter reached the Champions League final last season.

There, the Nerazzurri gave a very positive demonstration of what they are capable of under their current coach, even if they eventually lost to Manchester City.

And this season, Inter have built on that.

The Nerazzurri are in dominant form in Serie A. And they beat Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League round of sixteen tie.

Marotta On Future Of Simone Inzaghi At Inter Milan

Inzaghi’s stellar work has not gone unnoticed by some of Europe’s biggest clubs.

Reports suggest that Manchester United and particularly Chelsea are eyeing up the Inter coach.

Inter’s CEO Marotta commented that “The thing that’s great to see is that now, he’s enjoying the respect of everyone in the world of football, thanks to Inter.”

“He’s certainly taken a firm grip on the whole world of Inter thanks to his competence and talent.”

“We obviously want to continue on with him,” Marotta continued.

“Because of the results, and above all because his MO of working always convince us.”

Marotta noted that “When we look at all the clubs currently in the top four, they all have coaches whose current contracts expire at the end of June 2025.”

He continued, “We’ll address this matter when the time is right. But he enjoys our trust.”

“We’re happy with him, and he’s happy here. Then his contract situation complements that fact.”