Inzaghi to become highest paid coach in Serie A as new Inter contract nears

Simone Inzaghi is set to become the highest-paid coach in Serie A after agreeing to the financial details of a
new contract with reigning champions Inter Milan. According to reports from Gianluca Di Marzio and Sky
Sport Italia, Inzaghi will sign a new two-year deal that will extend his tenure until the summer of 2026.

The 48-year-old coach will earn a salary of €6.5 million per season, excluding performance-related bonuses,
which surpasses the €6 million-per-year contract recently signed by Antonio Conte with Napoli. Inter Milan
is expected to finalize the extension by Wednesday, with an official announcement to follow shortly.

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Inzaghi’s current contract was set to expire at the end of the next season, in the summer of 2025. Negotiations for the renewal have been ongoing for several months, but a deal was not anticipated before the conclusion of the 2023-24 campaign.

Under Inzaghi’s leadership, Inter Milan dominated Serie A last season, finishing 19 points ahead of their rivals AC Milan, with a total of 94 points to Milan’s 75. Additionally, Inzaghi guided Inter to their first Champions League final appearance in over a decade in the previous season, where they narrowly missed out on the trophy to treble-winning Manchester City.

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