Suning want to create a dynasty at Inter Milan, and this will mean locking down the futures of Simone Inzaghi and key players in the squad.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

It now looks only a matter of time before Suning confirm that they’ll be staying on as Inter owners.

The Chinese company look to be on the verge of finding an agreement with Oaktree Capital to extend the deadline of their loan from the US-based fund.

That would be the key condition for Suning to stay. The current owners will keep control of Inter, and Steven Zhang will remain President.

A year or two ago, the ramifications of this would have looked very uncertain.

In the past few years, financially problems and uncertainties have plagued Suning’s Inter. This has infamously entailed selling top stars and replacing them on the cheap.

Out have went the likes of Achraf Hakimi, Romelu Lukaku, Andre Onana, Marcelo Brozovic, and Milan Skriniar.

This policy – selling big names to achieve ambitious financial goals – has not exactly been a popular one with Inter fans, to put it mildly.

However, prior to the start of the pandemic, Suning’s spending had been equally ambitious. The Nerazzurri owners’ clearly have a big vision for the club.

And now, as there is more and more financial stability, Suning want to put Inter back on that course.

Suning Want Inter Dynasty – Inzaghi & Key Players To Be Locked Down

At the helm for this new Inter “dynasty” will be 47-year-old coach Simone Inzaghi.

The former Lazio coach is now in a period where he can seemingly do no wrong at Inter. The club have certainly been vindicated in their decision to replace Antonio Conte with Inzaghi.

Inzaghi’s contract currently runs until the end of June 2025. And typically, Inter have gone with a policy of handing coaches contract extensions of just one year under CEO Beppe Marotta.

But the Nerazzurri are now prepared to extend Inzaghi’s contract until the end of June 2027.

Suning and Inter are happy to think longer-term when it comes to a man they are absolutely confident is the right coach to lead a top project for years to come.

And unlike in previous summers, Suning don’t want there to be the risk of big name players departing, weakening the squad.

Of course there will be incoming and outcoming transfers. But the players who are the “spine” of the team should remain where they are for at least a few years.

That has meant that the likes of Hakan Calhanoglu and Alessandro Bastoni already signed contract extensions last summer.

Then came Federico Dimarco at the end of 2023.

And new deals for Lautaro Martinez and Nicolo Barella should follow in the coming months.

Suning have seen what Inzaghi and this group of players have accomplished in the last year. And the owners want to see what they can do in the years to come.