Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin tips Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi to sign a renewal despite having offers from Spain.

The 47-year-old has solidified his role at the club with an overly positive campaign, despite the recent Champions League disappointment.

The Nerazzurri currently sit on top of the Serie A table with a 14-point cushion separating them from AC Milan.

Therefore, the club’s management is looking to lock in the tactician with a long-term contract. His current deal expires in 2025.

As Biasin tells it, the two parties are on song, but there are no concrete negotiations just yet.

“There is no problem regarding Inzaghi’s future at Inter,” said the Italian journalist in his appearance with Cronache di Spogliatoio via FcInterNews

“But at the moment, they are not negotiating. After the end of the season, or at least after securing the Scudetto, they will discuss it.

“Inzaghi doesn’t have any kind of anxiety, he doesn’t want to go anywhere and he’s not even asking for immediate negotiations.

“He wants to focus on winning the scudetto, then he’ll do what needs to be done.

While some sources have been linking Inzaghi with Liverpool, Biasin believes he has admirers in Spain.

“Surely Inzaghi has his suitors. Some say in England, but in my opinion, also in Spain. But I believe that at the moment he is not listening to any offers.”

Fabrizio Biasin Reveals The Guarantee Simone Inzaghi Is Seeking To Sign Inter Milan Renewal

The journalist adds that the Nerazzurri boss is eager to stay at the club but seeks guarantees regarding the squad.

“I don’t think Inzaghi is someone who demands a lot from an economic standpoint.

“However, he wants a guarantee. He would like to continue with this group. The coach wants to safeguard the squad, also by adding the likes of Taremi and Zielinski.

“This is because his squad was decimated last summer with ten players leaving the club. So he needs this guarantee, but I think Inter has already granted it.

“Inzaghi is also happy to reach the Club World Cup with Inter. But at the moment, there are no contract talks,” reiterated Biasin.