Mircea Lucescu and Sinisa Mihajlovic are being suggested as possible contenders to replace Andrea Stramaccioni at Inter in the summer if a coaching change is made.
Stramaccioni’s future at San Siro is in doubt after the club’s recent struggles have seen them win just three of their last 12 League games.
The Corriere dello Sport is suggesting that Strama will be shown the door unless he gets his team into next season’s Champions League.
If he doesn’t then Inter have a number of options that they will assess. Napoli’s Walter Mazzarri and former France boss Laurent Blanc have already been linked in the past.
However, now Shakhtar Donetsk tactician Mircea Lucescu – also linked with Paris Saint-Germain – is being paired.
Lucescu has actually already bossed the Nerazzurri during the 1998-99 season.
Meanwhile, former Inter stopper Sinisa Mihajlovic is again being suggested as a possible target even if he is now the national Coach of Serbia.
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