Stramaccioni - Job decision already made
Inter Milan head coach Andrea Stramaccioni says the decision about his future at the club has already been made.
Stramaccioni took over at the San Siro club after Claudio Ranieri was sacked in March and has won four of his seven games in charge, losing just one.
The Italian giants have climbed up to sixth in Serie A but it is unknown whether Inter feel Stramaccioni has done enough to deserve the job full-time, although he insists he will not go back to managing at youth level.
He told the Gazzetta dello Sport: "President Massimo Moratti is free to choose what he thinks is best and I think he's already made a decision. I believe he knows what he wants to do.
"I won't go back to the youth team. I could have spent a second season with them had all of this not happened this term.
"In terms of my own personal development, it would not be right for me to go back there."
Stramaccioni will lead Inter for their final two games of the season, starting with the Milan derby on Sunday before a final-day trip to Lazio on May 13.