Inter and Inzaghi Playing the Waiting Game on New Deal

Simone Inzaghi will have to wait to get an extension from Inter, even though his contract runs out in 2024. The matter isn’t a priority for the club, which would like to delay it as much as reasonably possible. They had some issues in the past. They had to pay Luciano Spalletti for two full years after firing him and needed to hand Antonio Conte a hefty severance package after he stepped down, La Repubblica informs.

The coach dished during his opening presser.

“The management knows my thoughts very well, and we discussed about it, but I’m eager to work on the pitch now.”

According to the publication, Inter intend to wait until November before renewing the contract of Inzaghi, but it could come sooner if his agent keeps pressing, perhaps in August.

The gaffer was on shaky grounds for a few months last season. He turned things around with a very strong finish. He’d like to open the new campaign with a new deal in hand, Il Giorno informs.

Our Take on Inter and Inzaghi

They are well into overtime on the matter. However, Roma and José Mourinho are doing the same thing, so the usual habit of top teams of not having lame-duck managers might no longer stand. But all those sacking rumors might have put some strain on the relationship.

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