Antonio Conte edges close to landing Inter Milan top job this summer

Antonio Conte edges close to landing Inter Milan top job this summer

- Antonio Conte could be named Inter Milan new boss this summer

- The Italian born manager has been tipped to replace Luciano Spalletti once this season wraps up this month

- Conte has been without a job since he was sacked by Chelsea last summer just two seasons after joining the English club

Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte could be named new Inter Milan boss at the end of this season as replacement Luciano Spalletti.

The 49-year-old tactician has been out of job following his departure from Stamford Bridge last summer just after two seasons at the club.

Conte clinch the Premier League title in his first year and capped it off with the FA Cup before being shown the exit doors - one year before his contract expires at the club.

Meanwhile, with Spalletti's future at the San Siro under serious doubt, Sky Sports Italy claims Conte could be the next Nerazzurri manager.

He has had series of issues with his employers over his decision to leave Mauro Icardi out of his team for a long time.

The former Blues boss won his first major trophy after winning the Serie B title with Bari in the 2008-09 season.

He joined Juventus in 2011 and won three consecutive Italian League titles with the Old Lady - with two Supercoppa Italiana trophies.

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The ex-Italian national team boss was one of the managers linked with a move for Real Madrid job earlier in the year.

But it was reported that he might not be able to take up any appointment until his contract with Chelsea expires in the summer of 2019 - having signed a three year deal with the EPL side. earlier reported that Antonio Conte has informed Inter Milan to make him the highest paid manager before signing a deal with them.

The Italian born tactician has been without a job since he parted ways with his former Premier League side last summer.

Conte won Premier League and FA Cup titles during his two year reign at Stamford Bridge before making way for countryman Maurizio Sarri. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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