Inter coach Roberto Mancini has admitted that he is not guaranteed to stay at the club after his contract expires in June.
Mancini has so far failed to reach an agreement with club president Massimo Moratti over a new deal.
“The renewal of my contract is not a formality,” Mancini said Monday.
“At the moment it’s not my priority, but there’s no problem. It’s not vital that we do it now and the relationship between me and the president is good.”
Last week Moratti suggested that Mancini was asking for too much money. “I would keep Mancini for many years, but we both have to reach an agreement,” he said.