Antonio Conte, ex Chelsea manager, emerges as target for Inter Milan

Antonio Conte, ex Chelsea manager, emerges as target for Inter Milan

- Antonio Conte is now on the verge of becoming Inter Milan next coach

- Conte was sacked at Chelsea last year and replaced with Maurizio Sarri

- Spalletti who is the manager of Inter Milan has been under pressure this season

Antonio Conte who was former Chelsea manager is reportedly on the verge of getting another job after being linked with Italian side Inter Milan.

Since he was axed at Chelsea, Antonio Conte has been out of work as he was also interested in replacing Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.

Current Inter Milan gaffer Luciano Spalletti has been under serious pressure this season at the club after their defeat in the Coppa Italia to Lazio on penalties.

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And according to the report by UK Sun, Antonio Conte now tops the list of candidates that will replace Spalletti should the club show him the exit doors before the end of the season.

The report added that bookies have cut their odds after punters piled in on the former Chelsea boss to takeover following Inter's Coppa Italia defeat to Lazio.

Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek: “Having only represented two clubs as a player, Antonio Conte is becoming quite the journeyman as a manager.

"It always seemed likely that he would return to Serie A and there are parallels with this job and the one he took at Juventus; restoring a falling giant to former glories."

Earlier, had reported how former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is reportedly interested in replacing Jose Mourinho as permanent gaffer at Premier League giants Manchester United.

After the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as interim manager following the sacking of Jose Mourinho, United chiefs are expected to hire a permanent man at the end of the season.

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is now said to be the leading candidate together with former Real Madrid handler Zinedine Zidane. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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