Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi has addressed rumours about his future at Inter Milan as Chelsea and Man United rumours swirl.

The Nerazzurri coach made clear that he’s happy where he is – but that now’s not the time for contract talk – after his team beat Atalanta in Serie A, via FCInterNews.

Inzaghi’s Inter gave yet another demonstration of what they’re capable of against Atalanta this evening.

The Nerazzurri won their eleventh straight match in 2024.

That took Inter to twelve points clear of Juventus at the top of the Serie A table.

The Nerazzurri’s last four league matches have all seen them score four goals. The team have a goal difference of +55, and have kept seventeen clean sheets in the league.

Meanwhile in the Champions League, Inter beat Atletico Madrid in their round of sixteen first leg clash last week.

There is a sense of optimism in a competition that Inter won last season.

All of that has, perhaps inevitably, led to some speculation about Inzaghi’s future. What the coach has done at Inter is impossible to ignore, and Europe’s elite are taking notice.

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

Simone Inzaghi Addresses Inter Future Amid Man United & Chelsea Links

Inzaghi said that “I’m happy here and [the club] know it.”

“At the moment it doesn’t seem appropriate to talk about these things,” he said of contract talks with the Nerazzurri.

“We remain focused on the pitch,” Inzaghi said.

“There are less than three months to go, and we have to keep our attention high.”

“We don’t want to lose any more players to injury,” Inzaghi said.

“Apart from Cuadrado, who should be back in a month.”

“Sensi will return after the international break,” the Inter coach said.

“We’ll have to evaluate Frattesi,” he added. “That’s the only sore point of the evening because we would be sad to lose him.”

As far as the praise that he’s been getting from abroad, Inzaghi said that “It makes me enormously happy to hear.”

“But I don’t want to hear about Inzaghi. I want to hear about Inter.”

“I’ve always enjoyed watching my teams play,” he added. “That’s what makes me the happiest.”