Inter Milan have wasted no time in filling the managerial position at the club. Frank De Boer has been appointed as manager on a three-year deal.
Roberto Mancini left Inter Milan, amid reports of a falling out with the club’s new owners, Suning Holdings Group.
The former Ajax manager quickly emerged as the favourite to take the reins and the former Ajax boss’s arrival has now been confirmed.
“F.C. Internazionale Milano confirms that Dutchman Frank de Boer will be unveiled as the club’s new head coach at a press conference today at 14:00CET at the Centro Sportivo Angelo Moratti,” a club statement confirmed.
“De Boer will join the Nerazzurri on a three-year contract and will take charge of first team training this afternoon.
“The Dutchman brings with him a wealth of international experience having played at the highest level for both club and country.”
Everton were reportedly interested in De Boer before turning to Ronald Koeman.
Inter, who finished fourth last term, begin their season away to Chievo on August 21.