Inter have officially confirmed that Frank de Boer has been appointed as Roberto Mancini’s replacement.
The Nerazzurri parted company with Mancio this morning, with the Coach leaving by mutual consent.
It quickly emerged that former Ajax boss De Boer would be his replacement, and the Dutchman flew into Milan yesterday evening.
All that remained was an announcement from the club, as the 46-year-old greeted fans on Snapchat.
Now it has been officially confirmed that the former defender will take over on the San Siro bench and his Press conference will be at 13.00 UK time (12.00 GMT) on Tuesday.
"F.C. Internazionale Milano confirms that Dutchman Frank de Boer will be unveiled as the Club's new Head Coach at a press conference today at 14:00 CEST at the Centro Sportivo Angelo Moratti," a statement on the Nerazzurri’s official website begins.
"De Boer will join the Nerazzurri on a three-year contract and will take charge of first team training this afternoon.
"The Dutchman brings with him a wealth of international experience having played at the highest level for both club and country.
"Between 1990 and 2004 De Boer played 112 times and scored 13 goals for the Oranje. At club level for AFC Ajax he lifted five Eredivisie titles, the UEFA Champions League trophy, the UEFA Cup, the UEFA Supercup, and the Intercontinental Cup. He also played for FC Barcelona, Galatasaray S.K. and Rangers F.C. amongst others.
"As Head Coach of AFC Ajax De Boer won four consecutive Eredivisie titles between 2011 and 2014."