Inter Milan have reportedly turned up the speed in their attempts to lock in the future of their manager Simone Inzaghi.

The 47-year-old joined the club in 2021 following the departure of Antonio Conte.

At the start of the current campaign, he penned a new deal, thus pushing back the deadline from 2024 to 2025.

But according to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews, the management would like to secure the coach’s services on a longer basis.

The pink newspaper claims that the hierarchy has now accelerated its attempts to reach the finish line.

As the source reveals, Inter will offer Inzaghi a two-year extension with an option for a third season, thus pushing back the deadline until 2027.

The club has already applied a similar formula in the contract renewals of top officials. This includes CEO Beppe Marotta and sporting director Piero Ausilio.

Moreover, GdS expects the tactician the new deal to earn the tactician 6.5 million euros.

Inter Milan Looking To Secure The Services Of Simone Inzaghi Until 2027

The report also identifies the growing interest in Inzaghi as one of the reasons that prompted the club to act swiftly.

The former Lazio manager has been attracting interest from some suitors in Europe following his exploits at Inter.

The source names Liverpool as one of the top clubs keeping tabs on the Piacenza native. The Reds are looking to appoint a new manager as Jurgen Klopp will vacant his post in June.

Nevertheless, Inter will be looking to cut the road on all attempts by putting Inzaghi’s signature on a new deal.

The Nerazzurri coach has already won five trophies during his time at the club. He’s now on the verge of clinching the first Scudetto title of his managerial career. His club sits on top of the Serie A table with a 14-point cushion.