- Antonio Conte could make a return to Italy to manage Serie A club, Inter Milan in the summer
- The former Chelsea manager has emerged as the favorite to replace underfire Inter Milan’s manager, Luciano Spalletti.
- Antonio Conte could be the right man for the job, having won three Serie A titles during his managerial stint with Juventus
Former Chelsea coach, Antonio Conte is linked with the Inter Milan’s job along with Jose Mourinho and Diego Simeone.
The Italian manager has been out of work since leaving Chelsea last summer and he is free to return to management.
Conte has identified Steve Bergwijn, Duvan Zapata, Ivan Rakitic, Edin Dzeko, Romelu Lukaku, Ilkay Gundogan, and Christian Eriksen as potential transfer targets and could sell Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic once he gets the Inter job.
The club hierarchy has considered a change of management after crashing out of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League as they remain in a fierce fight to secure a top-four finish in the Serie A.
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Antonio Conte has been tipped to land the Inter job over Jose Mourinho due to his experience and trophy-winning mentality as a manager. The 49-year-old won three league titles with Juventus and won the Premier League title and the English FA Cup in his two-year stint at Chelsea.
SaveChelsea.net had previously reported on how Conte planned to sue Chelsea following his dismissal.
Antonio Conte was ready to take Chelsea to court to make up his loss of earnings as he was sacked 55 days after his last game at the club which was the FA Cup final against Manchester United. Also, the club withdrew his £9m compensation due to his constant criticism of the club’s policy.