Conte talks about future at Inter Milan

Lately, many things have been discussed in the Italian media, including the future of Antonio Conte as manager of Inter Milan. So, what did the former Juve coach say about this?

The speculation of Conte’s departure from Inter Milan has never been heard before. How come? The former Chelsea coach has managed to produce positive results for the Nerazzurri.

In fact, the club had sat in first place in the standings for a long time before finally finishing in second place.

This speculation has only emerged since Conte harshly criticized the club’s management after a 2-0 win against Atalanta. Since then it is believed that the relationship between the former Juventus coach and Inter Milan’s management has been heating up.

Although managed to deliver Inter Milan finished second, the former Chelsea coach felt his performance was not appreciated. No wonder then the Italian media speculated that Conte was planning to leave.

On the one hand, even speculation emerged that claimed there were several names of coaches that were being prepared by Inter to replace Conte. Including one of them is Massimilliano Allegri.

The situation instantly made the coach’s future a question. Conte is rumored in the threat of dismissal.

However, speaking after Inter Milan’s win over Getafe in the Europa League, Conte admits that he is very confident in his future at the Giuseppe Meazza.

“I only thought of my work. I feel calm when I see my players fighting hard, with desire and determination. They keep improving, ”

“We are a formidable team. Everyone is involved in this project and is happy with what we are doing.” Conte said on the club’s official website.

Meanwhile, the question of the victory over Getafe made Conte even more enthusiastic, he wanted Inter Milan to go further in this annual event.

“This is a positive night and I am happy with the whole team. They want to keep going in this competition,” he said.

For information, Inter Milan will face the winners in the quarter-finals between Bayer Leverkusen and Rangers.

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