If Strama can get some good results without trolling in the next few games, then he would stay and be welcome.
But if not, Simeone would be an excellent choice.
I love Simeone, but I would give Strama and this project its due time... IMO Strama should get at least another 18 months to prove his worth, and the progress of his project. It would be silly to have gone down this path, only to abandon it midway. But unfortunately, it would also be so like Inter, and Moronatti, to do just that.
I can almost guess what will happen, a peak into the future... Strama gets sacked this summer, and Moronatti will hail the dawn of a new era for Inter with Simeone.... Simeone's first demand would be that he has no use of a DLP like Kovacic, and instead wants a proven trequartista like Sneijder... Inter will sell Guarin/Kovacic, and buy a trequartista... many other players will be changed, to suit the new tactics. Midway through the season, Inter will experience a poor dip in form, probably due to players being completely confused by the 7th change in strategy/tactics in 4 years... pressure will mount up on Simeone. Then someone better will become available, perhaps a Prandelli or a Spalletti... Moronatti will opt for yet another "fresh" start... Prandelli will be hailed as the new saviour, the start of a new era. His first transfer request will be to get a DLP like Kovacic, as he has no use of the trequartista... and the cycle begins again, one step forward, two steps back.
(please note, the above names of players and coaches are just for example to illustrate a point, nothing to do with their actual preferences)
We have seen this story being played out so many times before at Inter. Guys, be careful of what you wish for... it may come true... to haunt you.
I just want continuity. Strama is a smart, young manager and is doing well for someone of his age and experience. He will improve with time, and the longer he stays, the better chance Inter have of a successful cycle in the near future.