Simone Inzaghi and Lazio boss Claudio Lotito have agreed to say goodbye and the Italian is now free to introduce himself as Inter’s new coach on Thursday.
President Lotito had not allowed Inzaghi to formally join Inter until now and, according to Italian media, the duo has finally found an economic solution.
Inzaghi was linked with Lazio until June 30, so he first had to sever his contract with the club from the Italian capital to be able to sign for Inter.
This trouble has already been overcome between Lotito and Inzaghi, according to Italian media.
Inzaghi will be able to sign a contract with Inter and his arrival at Giuseppe Meazza will be announced tomorrow.
He has reached a two-year deal with Inter with an annual salary of 4 million euros and will start work at Meazza on July 1.
The 45-year-old coach spent the last five years on the Lazio bench and won the Italian Cup once and the Italian Super Cup twice.