Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi is reportedly eager to stay at the club and break the records of his predecessors.

The Piacenza native is celebrating his 48th birthday today. But as Calciomercato puts it, the manager will be hoping to be at Appiano Gentile when he turns 50 as well.

The former Lazio boss joined the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2021 as a replacement for Antonio Conte.

While he came under massive pressure in the middle of the previous campaign, he eventually won over the management and the supporters with a memorable run to the Champions League final.

Inzaghi has also been earning the plaudits this season, with his team flying high in Serie A.

He also attracted the attention of English suitors, but as CM explains, the Italian wants to remain at Inter for years to come.

The coach’s current deal runs until 2025. Nevertheless, the two parties have been working on a renewal until 2027, similar to the club’s top directors (Marotta and Ausilio).

The source believes a net salary of 5.5 million euros should be enough to seal the deal.

Moreover, the report claims that Inzaghi is driven by his desire to become the most successful coach in the club’s history.

The 48-year-old has already clinched five trophies since joining the club. He won three Italian Super Cups and two Coppa Italia.

So by securing his maiden Scudetto title this season, he would overcome Jose Mourinho’s five trophies (even though the Portuguese has a more prestigious tally).

Simone Inzaghi Aims To Become The Most Successful Coach In Inter Milan History

Roberto Mancini and Helenio Herrera currently share the record with seven trophies each. Therefore, Inzaghi isn’t too far away.

The legendary duo are also leading the charts in terms of appearances in the Nerazzurri dugout. The Argentine made 366 outings and the Italian 306. The same goes for the number of wins (205 for Herrera and 176 for Mancini).

So with 150 matches and 100 wins, Inzaghi still has some way to go on this front.