Antonio Conte reluctant about future with champions Inter Milan after ‘positive talks with Tottenham’
Antonio Conte refuses to be drawn for his Inter Milan future amid Tottenham’s ties, insisting ‘we enjoy the festivities’ after winning the Serie A title.
- Antonio Conte led Inter Milan to their first Serie A triumph in 11 years this season
- The Italian caught the attention of Spurs after he prematurely sealed the title four games
- The former Chelsea boss has reportedly had talks with North Londoners
- Conte has refused to rule out a move from Inter for next season
Antonio Conte isn’t too sure of his bid to defend the title in Serie A next season, with the Inter Milan boss declining the rule to leave Italy this summer.
The former Chelsea secured Inter’s first Scudetto since 2010 with four games left, releasing 13 points to end Juventus’ nine-year dominance.
Conte is not ready for a third season with the Nerazzurri, however, after reportedly holding positive talks about a return to the Premier League with Spurs.
Antonio Conte is considering leaving Inter Milan despite winning Serie A this season
The Italian coached his team to a 13-point lead with four games to go to seal the championship
Conte could be on the move, however, after holding talks with Tottenham and Daniel Levy
Those talks will continue and Conte’s stance on the matter will relate to Inter supporters heading into the summer.
‘Will I stay or leave Inter? Now we enjoy the celebrations, then we meet and decide, ”said Conte Hyenas.
“We will choose the best destination for Inter.”
Conte has a number of unfinished Premier League cases that have been sacked by Chelsea
Ryan Mason is currently temporarily in the Spurs’ hot seat, with the North Londoners firing Jose Mourinho last month.
While Mourinho has already confirmed that he will be back in Serie A with Roma next season, Conte will likely feel he has a point to prove if he goes the other way.
The Italian spent two seasons with Chelsea and raised the Premier League in his first before being sacked despite the FA Cup success in 2017-18.