Inter Milan appear unlikely to sack manager Walter Mazzarri despite the very poor season, in which they have failed to secure a return to Champions League. The club has been on a decline since 2010 – the year that they won the competition. This season was a revival from the club which had a new owner and manager. Mazzarri had been appointed after a lot of with Napoli in previous years.

However, the manager has struggled to attain the glory of his previous managerial job. After a great start to the season, the club has been slowly slipping down the table.

They look almost certain to finish several points behind third placed Napoli. Despite this poor run of form, Inter are likely to hand the manager with significant transfer funds in the summer. They have already been linked with big names like Fernando Torres, while the signing of Nemanja Vidic has already been done according to the angleterre italie cote website.

In the last three matches of the season, Inter will be looking to seal a place in the top half of the table that will ensure Europa League football next season. Even though the finances of Europa League cannot match that of its rival Champions League, it will sustain the club’s image as one of the top clubs in Europe.

"Definitely. The president has said as much himself. I'm glad you asked me that question so that we can remove any doubt about it. Are we happy with Mazzarri? We're very happy with our coach and the work he's done, considering the particular circumstances this year. We've experienced a unique situation for a football club: a family like the Morattis selling a part of the club in the middle of a season, following a number of years that have seen a succession of coaches,” said club's managing director Marco Fassone.