Antonio Conte was this morning declared as the new head coach of Internazionale, replacement Luciano Spaletti, who was formally dismissed yesterday
This marks the come back of Conte to management, following his sacking by Chelsea last july likewise because the protracted and quite improper 10-month legal battle that followed over severance payments. however that nonsense is currently over, with Chelsea reportedly agreeing in arbitration to pay fully the £9m compensation that was due, and every one concerned might pass on with their lives.
Conte will definitely have his work cut out for him at inter, who are aloof from the dominant force in Italian soccer that they once were. it's but a rather typical Conte assignment: another reclamation project at a fallen giant. when his successes at Juventus and Chelsea, and in some measure, the Italian national team likewise, it might be exhausting to bet against him continuation that very same trick with the Nerazzurri.
Inter did manage to qualify for next year’s Champions League by scraping into fourth place in quite virtually the last 10 minutes of the season. they'll be in pot two (or perhaps simply 3) for the cluster stage draw. Chelsea are in pot one as europa League champions. I’d say there’s a few slight likelihood we’ll be drawn into the same cluster.
At the very least, brace yourselves for a few incoming transfer rumors, that had already started with Victor Moses.
In any case, better of luck to Antonioooooo, who’s the primary massive appointment in what’s expected to be a awfully busy and probably very Chelsea-related summer of head employment changes within the Serie A.