Inter could part ways with Andrea Stramaccioni in the summer and hire Zdenek Zeman, reports in the Italian Press have suggested this afternoon.
Sportmediaset have claimed that Nerazzurri President Massimo Moratti is looking for a clean slate come the end of the season, and will hope to bring in the Czech tactician.
Stramaccioni's future with the San Siro side has been heavily speculated over in recent months, with the club dropping out of the Europa League to Tottenham, winning just one of their last five matches in the League and losing to Roma in the Coppa Italia semi-final.
And it is former Giallorossi boss Zeman who the website believe Moratti could turn to in his hour of need.
The 65-year-old was of course sacked from his job at Stadio Olimpico in February after failing to find consistency with the capital side.
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