The Nerazzurri chief has seemingly backed the coach after he claimed on Monday that he was mulling over his future at San SiroInter president Massimo Moratti has given a strong indication that he will not sack coach Claudio Ranieri.
The 60-year-old is under fire after the Nerazzurri dropped to seventh in the domestic table following a six-game winless run in Serie A.
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Moratti admitted on Monday that he was pondering Ranieri's future at the club, but the Inter supremo has now seemingly given the coach a vote of confidence.
"Yes, I have spoken with Ranieri," Moratti told reporters. "Did I clear things up with him? Yes."
Ranieri arrived at Inter in September as a replacement for Gian Piero Gasperini after the club's dismal start to the season.
He oversaw Inter's recovery as the club shot up the Serie A table, but the latest results have raised doubts over his future at San Siro.
The Nerazzurri, who are 15 points adrift of cross-town rivals AC Milan, host Catania on Sunday.