- Antonio Conte and his former employer Andrea Agnelli were involved in a heated exchange during the Coppa Italia
- Juventus made it through to the finals on a 2-1 aggregate score despite being held at home to a goalless draw by Inter Milan.
- Conte and Agnelli worked together for three years and won three Serie A titles together
Antonio Conte and Juventus President Andrea Agnelli got involved in a row during their Coppa Italia clash against Inter Milan.
The Biaconeri made it through into the finals following a 2-1 aggregate scoreline after playing a 0-0 draw at the Allianz Stadium.
The match did not go unnoticed without heated exchanges between Conte and his former employer Agnelli.
The Juve president worked with the former Chelsea boss for three years and they lifted the Scudetto between 2011 and 2014.
But after Conte's departure, their relationship went sour and the Coppa Italia game was their latest reunion.
Italia media reported that a scuffle broke out between the benches at half-time which Agnelli became involved in.
Conte was then caught on camera flashing a middle finger towards the Allianz Stadium directors' box as during the halftime break.
And when the match ended Agnelli rush down the steps from his seat, directing some harsh words towards the field.
The Italian reportedly said:
"F*** off, shut up, a**hole."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Romelu Lukaku could be making a big summer move back to England to join another Premier League side Manchester City, reports claim, Daily Mail.
The Citizens are looking to add a natural striker into their ranks after the team played without a No.9 during their 4-1 win over Liverpool at Anfield.
And Argentine striker Sergio Aguero could be on his way out of the club at the end of the summer after spending ten glorious years at the Etihad.
Legit.ng also reported that Juventus have progressed to the final of the Coppa Italia championship despite playing a goalless draw against rivals Inter Milan at the Allianz Stadium on Tuesday, February 9.
The Old Lady would have their 2-1 away win over Antonio Conte's men barely one week ago for their passage to the last stage of the cup competition.
Coach Andrea Pirlo would have Cristiano Ronaldo to thank for his superb brace that propelled his side over their opponent in the first leg in spite of Lautaro Martinez's ninth-minute effort.