Inzaghi and Inter on Same Page About Sticking Together

Simone Inzaghi is reportedly being tracked by major foreign teams, but his future will be at Inter, as he and CEO Giuseppe Marotta stated before and after the romp of Atalanta. The parties will work on his extension in due time. The gaffer dished to DAZN and during his post-game presser (via Mediaset).

“I feel great with the management, the fans, and the players. At this stage, it’s pointless to talk about my contract. We have three months ahead of us where we’ll need an insane level of concentration. I don’t care about discussing anything else now. The execs are aligned and must be happy to see the squad perform like this.”

“The interest from abroad is pleasing, but it was already there when I was at Lazio. I don’t care about it. I want to work with my footballers, the staff, the brass, and the supporters. It’s fair to talk about the whole Inter and not just Inzaghi. I’ve been enjoying myself for two and a half years. We still have some potential, and our work is not done.”

Giuseppe Marotta stated Inzaghi would stay at Inter to Sky.

“We want to continue with him, and he with us. The contract is an accessory. The top four teams in the standings all have coaches whose deals expire in 2025. We’ll tackle his renewal at the right time. He has our trust. We were lucky to hire the right boss, who’s been with us for years and meshes well with the front office.”

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