Inter Milan owner Massimo Moratti has said that there is a very good chance that he might appoint current interim manager Andrea Stramaccioni as the next full-time manager of the club. Massimo Moratti decided to sack manager Claudio Ranieri after a poor run of results, which left their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League in tatters. Even though it looks highly unlikely that Inter Milan will be able to make it into the top three with only one match remaining, Massimo Moratti is thought to be extremely happy with the performances under Andrea Stramaccioni. The 36-year-old has done a great job with the team so far.
He helped Inter Milan to a 4-2 win over arch rivals AC Milan during the weekend. However, results under Claudio Ranieri were so poor that even with such kind of performances, they are struggling to finish in the top three. Inter Milan would require Udinese to lose their final match of the campaign along with various other results to go their way in order to finish in the top three. However, Massimo Moratti is thought to be extremely impressed with the way the former youth team manager Stramaccioni has turned things around. As a result, Stramaccioni is very likely to get the job as the full-time manager of Inter Milan next season.
“Yes I believe so. In any case when we signed him in a gesture which he considered to be mad, in reality, in my opinion, it was an intelligent solution and hence, I believe we can continue like this. He is a young guy that nevertheless seems to have an experience that allows him to do things well,” said owner Moratti when asked about the future of Stramaccioni. Stramaccioni’s relationship with the players has been one of the key reasons for him to be getting the results according to Moratti.