Gianluca Di Marzio: “Simone Inzaghi Watched Closely By Club But Losing Against Barcelona Wouldn’t Make Difference For His Future At Inter” | OneFootball

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·1 October 2022

Gianluca Di Marzio: “Simone Inzaghi Watched Closely By Club But Losing Against Barcelona Wouldn’t Make Difference For His Future At Inter”

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Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio feels that, while Inter coach Simone Inzaghi’s future is certainly being considered at Inter, it would be hard to say that Tuesday’s Champions League clash with Barcelona will be decisive for him.

Speaking live on air after the Nerazzurri’s Serie A loss to Roma, Di Marzio relayed his understanding of the situation of Inzaghi at Inter, suggesting that while the patience with the coach will not be infinite, it would be hasty to say that the Barcelona match is do-or-die for him.

Inzaghi has had the trust of the Nerazzurri’s directors, President, and squad behind him so far this season even when things have not been going well on the pitch.

However, this evening’s loss at the hands of Roma is only the latest setback in a season and the question has been asked by some how much longer things can continue to go awry before the club will make a decision on his future.

Di Marzio explained that “They play again on Tuesday against Barcelona, so obviously nothing will change before then. He’s certainly being watched closely right now, but at the moment I couldn’t say that there is an ultimatum with the Barcelona match.”

“Up to now the relationship has been very close with Inzaghi,” he continued, “the club’s current situation isn’t even that ridiculous. Obviously, if he continues to lose, he’ll end up in the crosshairs.”

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