President Massimo Moratti is reportedly thinking about appointing Roberto Baggio as the new boss of Inter at the end of the season.
Moratti is said to be seriously considering a massive revolution at San Siro over the summer should Claudio Ranieri fail to revitalise an ageing squad.
Moratti is understood to have met with the Italian legend recently and whispers are claiming that they could soon be re-united.
Baggio, who played for Moratti's Inter between 1998 and 2000, is currently studying for the coaching qualifications needed to take charge of a Serie A club.
Inter have had a desperately poor start to the Serie A season. They've lost five out of their nine games and are currently just a point above the relegation zone.
Ranieri, formerly of Juventus and Roma, signed a contract until June 2013 with the Italian club in September following the dismissal of Gian Piero Gasperini.
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