Inter Milan will hold contract talks with their coach Simone Inzaghi right at the end of this season.

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

At the moment, Inzaghi is under contract with Inter until the end of June 2025.

However, the Nerazzurri will certainly want to act in a prompt manner as far as nailing down the 48-year-old’s future.

There is no lack of interest in Inzaghi’s future from some of Europe’s biggest clubs.

Reportedly, Manchester United and Chelsea both see the former Lazio coach as a possible candidate to take over should they sack Erik ten Hag and Mauricio Pochettino respectively.

Then, there are the likes of Liverpool, Bayern Munich, and Barcelona. All three have confirmed that they will be appointing new coaches at the end of the current season.

Inter To Extend Contract Of Simone Inzaghi At The End Of The Season

Clearly, Inter are mindful of the interest in Inzaghi. And so they will act fast to ward off other clubs and keep hold of their coach.

In the past couple of seasons, the summer has already been well underway by the time that Inter formally extended Inzaghi’s contract.

Moreover, in Inzaghi’s first two seasons, he has received just one-season extensions.

This follows a longstanding policy of Nerazzurri CEO Marotta.

Marotta prefers to hand coaches deals that run until the end of the season following the current one.

But, considering the interest in Inzaghi’s signature, things will be a bit different this time around.

Firstly, the Gazzetta report, Inter will aim to have Inzaghi put pen to paper right at the end of the current campaign rather than having any uncertainty through the summer.

Moreover, Inzaghi will receive a two-year extension. The former Biancocelesti coach will sign a new deal running until the end of June 2027.