It is widely reported Claudio Ranieri has agreed a two-year contract to replace Gian Piero Gasperini on the Inter bench.
The former Chelsea, Parma, Juventus and Roma Coach was spotted at the Nerazzurri headquarters this evening.
It's believed there was a clinch meeting between President Massimo Moratti and his closest advisors to decide on this option after Gasperini was sacked.
Ranieri had been set to sign a contract to the end of the season with an option for a second, but it's now reported Inter agreed to give him a two-year deal.
The tactician can also bring his favoured staff with him to San Siro and will take control of his first training session on Thursday.