Clubs in the Premier League are increasingly keen on the idea of trying to poach coach Simone Inzaghi from Inter Milan.

Today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, suggest that it may not be easy for the Nerazzurri to keep hold of their coach amid this interest.

The last twelve months or so have seen Inzaghi’s profile raised significantly.

The 48-year-old former Lazio coach had seemingly been flirting with the sack last spring, as Inter’s form in the league was nothing short of dismal.

But Inzaghi righted the ship. That is understating things.

Inter reached the Champions League final last season, where they went toe-to-toe with Manchester City despite losing by a narrow 1-0 scoreline in the end.

And in the league, the Nerazzurri finished last season with a flourish.

That is something that Inzaghi and Inter have certainly continued this season. The Nerazzurri have dominated Serie A with potentially record-breaking form.

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It is not just the results and trophies that have caught the eye from Inter under Inzaghi, though.

There is also the matter of the style of play.

The Corriere note that top clubs in the Premier League have been very impressed by how Inter play under Inzaghi.

This season in particular, the former Lazio coach’s third at Inter, the team seem to have fully absorbed the coach’s ideas.

That is clear to see on the pitch. From the participation or the defenders in the attacking phase, to fluid rotations in midfield, Inzaghi’s tactics have made Inter a formidable proposition.

That is good news for the Nerazzurri, certainly. But it also means that the Serie A league leaders perhaps have some reason to be wary.

The likes of Liverpool are certain to be replacing their coach this summer. And clubs like Manchester United and Chelsea could soon follow the reds.

Inter are reportedly ready to extend Inzaghi’s contract until the end of June 2027.

The 48-year-old is by all accounts keen to put pen to paper and extend his adventure with the Nerazzurri.

Inzaghi is happy where he is. And he still feels that there is a lot more work to do, and more to achieve.

So this summer, the coach should certainly stay up.

But the Corriere suggest that this is not interest that will go away. Inzaghi is not a flash in the pan.

So Inter will likely be keeping one eye on interested parties in the Premier League for some time to come.