Inter’s owners, the Suning group, are not impressed with coach Antonio Conte’s recent negative comments to the media, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Corriere della Sera.
The report details how the club have no intention of dismissing the Lecce born coach, but aren’t impressed with his disparaging comments made to the media after the team’s recent poor performances.
The Nerazzurri’s owners still support Conte and believe he is the right coach for their future project, but the possibility of both parties agreeing to go their separate ways could still happen.
The next few months will be crucial in regard to Conte’s future at Inter, the report continues, both the remaining games of the season and the work carried out in the transfer market.
One man who could replace Conte at the Nerazzurri would be former Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri, who is currently jobless after leaving Juventus last year.
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