Luciano Spalletti's two-year spell as Inter coach has come to an end, with the Serie A side expected to appoint Antonio Conte.
Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti has left the Nerazzurri after two years in charge, it has been confirmed.
Spalletti's future had been in doubt for several weeks, with former Juventus, Chelsea and Italy coach Antonio Conte strongly linked with the position.
The former Roma boss managed to guide Inter to fourth in Serie A, securing a place in the Champions League for next season, but that was not enough for him to keep his job.
A brief statement released by the club on Thursday read: "Inter can confirm that Luciano Spalletti is no longer head coach of the first team.
"The club wishes to thank Spalletti for his work and the results achieved together."
FC Internazionale Milano can confirm that Luciano Spalletti is no longer Head Coach of the First Team.— Inter (@Inter_en) May 30, 2019
The Club wishes to thank Spalletti for his work and the results achieved together.#FCIM
Inter inconsistent, dogged by off-field issues in Spalletti's second season
Inter were erratic for much of the season and, although they scraped a fourth-place finish on the final day, a last-16 exit to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League did little to help Spalletti's cause.
The club have also been troubled by off-field matters in the second half of the campaign, predominantly revolving around star striker Mauro Icardi, whose relationship with Spalletti has deteriorated.
Speculation about Spalletti's future went into overdrive on Wednesday when a photo of Conte apparently with Inter's media team surfaced on social media.
Conte has reportedly agreed terms with Inter
Conte is reported to have agreed a deal that will see him paid a base salary of 10 million euros across the first two seasons of his tenure, before increasing by 2m in his third campaign.
Spalletti departs having led Inter to successive fourth-placed finishes in his time in Milan.