Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone is set to hold crunch talks with the club about his future on Monday.
The Rojiblancos manager has earlier expressed his desire to manage Inter Milan public and with the San Siro job available – he is set for future talks at Atleti.
However, Simeone has hinted that he is set to be at the helms when the 2017 Audi Cup begins in pre-season.
Although he did concede that he will hold talks with CEO Miguel Ange Gil Marin and technical director Andrea Berta before making any decision.
“We’re finishing the season and I’m sure that, on Monday, Miguel, Andrea and I will meet to look at what we can expect in the future and of course to look for what the best would be for the club and for everyone,” he told a news conference.
“The bases here are solid. We’ve had six years of competing in an incredible way, with a change of stadium that will force us to take action to bring even more success.”
Atleti are set to play their final game at the Vicente Calderon on Sunday against Athletic Bilbao as they are set to move to the new Wanda Metroplotan Stadium from next season.
Simeone is hoping that the fans will make the last game a memorable one as the team embarks on a new journey.
“My memories as a player are amazing,” he said. “I came here and I found an acceptance among the fans long before I started to give things to the club and to the team.
“Both as a footballer and a coach, the Calderon has been a place that will stay in the history of my life.
“The stadium will be amazing [on Sunday]. The fans will be able to experience the last LaLiga game, although for me the last important game at the Calderon has already happened, which was the Champions League semi-final where we were knocked out but beat Real Madrid.”