Inter coach Simone Inzaghi has tested positive for coronavirus.
The Serie A champions confirmed the 45-year-old returned a positive test on Monday following routine testing.
In a brief statement, Inter informed supporters that Inzaghi "will now follow the protocols set out in the healthcare guidelines".
Nevertheless, the news is not expected to result in major disruption for the club given they are not to be in action again until February 5, when they host neighbours Milan in the Derby della Madonnina.
| CLUB STATEMENT— Inter (@Inter_en) January 24, 2022
Simone Inzaghi has tested positive for Covid-19 today https://t.co/EMN5SWBW90
Under Italian Football Federation (FIGC) guidelines, players and staff only need to isolate for three days if they are showing no symptoms.
Similarly, any players deemed to be a close contact of Inzaghi's will still be able to train as long as they have not tested positive for the virus.
Measures were introduced at the start of the month that meant players, staff and fans had to have received at least two doses of a coronavirus vaccine to be allowed into stadiums.
However, even before that rule was brought in, Serie A was reported to have had as many as 98 per cent of players already double vaccinated.