Cesare Prandelli will sign a two-year contract extension with the FIGC, it has been reported in several outlets this afternoon.
The tactician’s future was uncertain going into the World Cup, with the man himself admitting that he was undecided about staying with the Italian national team or taking a break from management.
However, several media outlets, including Gazzetta dello Sport, believe that the former Fiorentina has agreed to stay on with the Azzurri beyond this summer.
It is claimed that he will pen an extension to stay with the national team until Euro 2016 in France.
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