Inzaghi Poised to Sign Contract Extension with Inter

Simone Inzaghi will soon see his Inter contract prolonged for one year, as natural considering it would expire at the end of the upcoming season otherwise. His agent Tullio Tinti had a long meeting with the brass Monday and confirmed the news to the press afterward (via Calciomercato).

“We discussed it during our retreat in January. Everything has been settled. It just needs to be formalized at this point. It’ll be a one-year renewal.”

Therefore, Inzaghi will commence his third year at Inter with more certainty about his future and less exposure to criticism.

The Nerazzurri hired the coach on June 3rd, 2021. Antonio Conte had just bolted due to economic problems. He didn’t manage to lift the Scudetto in his first two seasons in the dugout. However, he took home four trophies: two Coppe Italia and two Supercoppe.

Moreover, the gaffer led the team to the Champions League final in Istanbul in the past season, where Manchester City defeated them. The Nerazzurri hadn’t gotten that far since winning the competition in 2010.

Our Take on Inzaghi Prolonging His Inter Contract

While Roma will have an unusual situation, as José Mourinho probably won’t re-up before the start of the season, Giuseppe Marotta will operate in a more regular fashion and won’t have a lame-duck coach. It doesn’t hurt that the manager isn’t overly demanding with the execs.

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