Inter President Massimo Moratti says no decision on the future of boss Andrea Stramaccioni will be made today.
Reports suggest that Stramaccioni will be axed, possibly to be replaced by available Napoli tactician Walter Mazzarri.
“There is no chance of anything being resolved by this evening, but there's no rush,” the Nerazzurri chief noted.
“We've got time. We're still making decisions and nothing's been done yet.”
Stramaccioni was appointed as boss in March 2012 after being promoted from the youth team set-up to replace Claudio Ranieri.
However, Inter have had a disastrous campaign seeing as they have failed to qualify for Europe after finishing ninth.
“On the one hand Stramaccioni’s a talented guy who will definitely be a success in this business, on the other we have the situation we find ourselves in,” Moratti added. “So I'm thinking about the best choice I can make.
“Mazzarri? They're all good Coaches, but then they have to work at Inter which is something different…”
Former Inter boss Roberto Mancini, sacked by Manchester City this month, is another possible candidate to replace Stramaccioni if he is dismissed.
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