Simone Inzaghi has given his foremost demand to Inter Milan if he is to stay and build on this season’s Serie A title-winning squad.

Today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, report that the coach has stressed keeping all of the key first team players this summer.

By all accounts, Inzaghi wants to stay at Inter for at least another season or two.

The 48-year-old has stated as much.

Inter reportedly want to hand their coach a two-year contract extension until the end of June 2027.

Those contract talks should take place around the end of the current season.

Inter want Inzaghi to stay and continue to build this Nerazzurri project. And for his part, the coach feels his work is not yet done.

Inzaghi wants to build on the team’s domestic dominance – and have another run at Europe.

But there is one key condition for this to happen, in the coach’s view.

Simone Inzaghi Demands Inter Keep Key Players This Summer

Since taking over at Inter in 2021, Inzaghi has gotten used to big name players leaving.

In his first summer at the club, the ex-Lazio coach saw both Achraf Hakimi and Romelu Lukaku head for the exit door.

Inzaghi had been building his plans around Lukaku – therefore, losing the Belgian was a shock.

Last summer, Andre Onana left after just one season at Inter.

These sales have brought in vital cash for Inter to make signings. But they have also naturally been very disruptive for Inzaghi’s plans.

And the coach is keen to avoid that this summer.

Inzaghi’s main priority is keeping the current squad together.

The Inter coach feels that this group of players still has more room to grow, given the age of many of the key players.

Therefore, Inzaghi has made clear that if he is to stay, he wants to keep the current squad largely the way it is.