– Antonio Conte is said to have signed a pre-contract to become next Inter Milan manager
– The 49-year-old tactician has been without a job since he left Chelsea in 2018
– Conte spent two seasons at Chelsea winning a Premier League and one FA Cup title
Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has reportedly agreed to become new Inter Milan manager as replacement for Luciano Spalletti.
The Italian born tactician, who was sacked by the Blues last summer is said to have signed a preliminary contract with the Serie A side and will earn about €10 million a year at the club.
Conte has been on sabbatical since he departed Stamford Bridge in July 2018 despite winning the two major titles during his two year reign at the club.
Reports from the manager’s camp revealed that the Premier League tribunal have mandated the Blues to pay him £9 million severance fee.
The manager, who turns 50 years later this year, will sign a fresh deal with the Nerazzurri before this month runs to an end.
Conte won a Premier League and FA Cup titles during his two year reign at Stamford Bridge but he was shown the exit doors last year.
Before joining joining the Blues in 2016, the tactician managed Juventus for three seasons and won Serie A titles, before going to manage the Italian national team.