Antonio Conte stepped down as manager of Inter Milan

And so, Antonio Conte has left Inter Milan.
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“That look in Antonio Conte’s eyes! He speeds up the crowd! Is it time ?! Are we going to see it? Yes! Come here! No one has kicked out of it! This stuff is tail lights! “

What a sound it would have been if Antonio Conte had been a wrestler (and that would have been terrible, even though he wasn’t Bleeding and threatening murder On the edge So, how far is he?) Conte definitely has a set structure. He revived the club to the heights of the league championship. They sniff it out in European competition. So he starts fighting with the board about the transfer. And like that (poof), he’s gone.

He did it at Juventus. He did it at Chelsea. And now he is Inter Milan did. It was just a few days after the Serie A season, when Inter picked up Scudetto, and it was only after two years in office that Conte vacated his office and hit the road (with a payout of s 10 million).

Conte is definitely an irresistible type, and he can get his player fast when his winning result no longer balances the stress of playing with him. He’s hot and glowing and is out soon. He can have a shelf life if he can resist quarreling with his bosses. But this time, it’s not about Conte’s fiery methods. Or at least not all about it.

When the Inter are sitting in the glow of their title, there it is Storms on the horizon For a while Inter-Chinese retail is owned by giant Suning, and the parent company is in some trouble. The epidemic is hardening the mainstream of their business, and they are trying to sway any other interests in response. They lost their Chinese league team A few weeks after he won that title (this is becoming a theme).

Inter’s board had informed Conte that they wanted to cut wages and sold some players, with the aim of saving a combined 10 million. There were already rumors that if they were so inclined to Chelsea or Man City they would also be actively seeking to sell the talisman Romlu Lukaku, which they are actively researching, to the Premier League. That alone can be returned to Inter’s करोड 1 million or million 1 million million ($ million million-million million) account. Leo Messi has the huts to join Lotaro Martinez in Barcelona, ​​which could also be on the card. Defender Milan Skriniar is another who has been whispered to be available for anyone to stump the available cash. It is clear that Inter’s backbone will look different next year, if not completely discarded, to the satisfaction of higher ups and collectibles collectors. Conte clearly had its flesh.

Maybe it’s a sign of the club’s ambition that Conte’s replacement is Simon Inzaghi. Inzaghi has been in Lazio for years, where he has only finished in the Champions League once. Often they hang around only the seventh or eighth. He’s probably one of the most valuable, top and incoming managers (though you can’t deny it Beauty), Whether the main goal of Inter is to save money. This seems like a very rude fare for the purpose of a certain unbeatable midterm life that the club can put on its roster.

Wherever Conte goes is of great interest. He looks much bigger in name and looks much bigger than the personality / donkey to replace Ronald Common in Barca if dismissed. He can try and wait out Zineine Zidane in Madrid, but he is dicey. Returning to Juventus is the best bet that Andrea Pirlo has blown him into the rocks on a first-season charge. But Juventus have taken this ride once, and their ambitions are about the Champions League not jibing with a manager who is known for planting faces in that competition.

The real hope is that he will return to England with Tottenham to see how long he can last around Tire Iron before following President Daniel Levy around North London. Levi likes to follow the name, as we saw with Jose Mourinho, but it didn’t go well. And there may not be funds for the transfer of Spurs that Conte is always pursuing. That doesn’t mean we can’t root for it, though.


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