Italian journalist Fabriozio Biasin expects Simone Inzaghi wants to stay at Inter Milan until the Club World Cup at least.

Biasin spoke to Italian broadcaster Telelombardia, via FCInter1908. He revealed that while it’s true the 48-year-old is the subject of Premier League interest, he has no intention of leaving just yet.

Inzaghi is a coach whose profile has risen significantly in the last twelve months or so.

The Nerazzurri boss has guided his team to the Champions League final. And he is soon to secure his first ever Serie A title as coach.

Therefore, it is not a surprise to see the interest in Inzaghi starting to rise.

Manchester United and Chelsea both reportedly see the former Lazio coach as a serious candidate should they decide to make a change in the summer.

Then, there are the likes of Liverpool, Bayern Munich, and Barcelona. All three will be changing coaches at the end of the summer – that much has already been confirmed.

Biasin: Inzaghi Wants To Stay At Inter Until Club World Cup At Least

But of course, Inter hardly want to let go of a coach who has brought them so much success at this stage.

The Nerazzurri reportedly want to extend Inzaghi’s contract until the end of June 2027.

Then, it could all come down to what Inzaghi himself decides.

The coach has made it very clear that he wants to remain at Inter.

And journalist Biasin has given an explanation for what Inzaghi wants from the future.