Saturday, August 20, 2022

Antonio Conte committed to his job at Inter Milan

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There has been a widespread rumour in the last few days that Conte is unhappy at Inter. He was rumoured to leave San Siro after just one season.

Conte was reported to be complaining about the support he got from the club and wanted to join his former club Juventus.

Read: Antonio Conte set to leave Inter and join his former club Juventus

Antonio Conte has now blasted all the rumours. He told ANSA: “Regarding the article published on today, I categorically deny having spoken to Juventus managers and players asking, ‘but will they fire Sarri?’.”

“I will sue who wrote this article and the editor in charge of the newspaper.”

“I committed to a three-year project at Inter and as I have always done, I will work hard and fight with all my strength and with all that is in my possibilities to create a successful project.”

Conte has been doing a wonderful job at Inter. They finished second in Serie A just 1 point behind winners Juventus. Inter has also been smart in the transfer market. Conte clearly knows what he needs to do to guide the team in the right direction.

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He has now confirmed he will be At San Siro atleast for the next two seasons. So Inter will rise once again, in all probability.

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Rahul Roy
Rahul Roy
I am a computer guy by profession and a sports fanatic by choice.


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