Conte to make a revolution at Inter0
The future coach of Inter Milan Antonio Conte will make a real revolution in the team. His first step will be getting rid of Mauro Icardi.
On Thursday, Inter Milan officially bid farewell to Luciano Spalletti. For two years, the coach took the Big Grass Snake to the Champions League group stage, but did not advance from the group last season, losing points in the last match with PSV. Nerazzurri took the fourth place of the championship and overtook Milan, but it didn’t affect Spalletti’s state of affairs.
Antonio Conte became the new manager of the Italian club. Conte’s last place of work was Chelsea London, with which he immediately won the Premier League, but he wasn’t able to do it the second time with know-how of five defenders. Conte previously worked at Juventus, plus the Italian passport works in his favor in knowing Serie A subtleties. Therefore, the candidacy for Inter is more than suitable.
Considering the selection of good defenders, which Inter got lately, Antonio will have something to work with. Apart from Skriniar, Soares, Vrsaljko, Miranda, de Vrij and others, only Diego Godin will go to Milan, who has already agreed the contract.
However, the new broom will sweep anew not only in the rear, but also in attack. The first condition of Conte was getting rid of the Big Grass Snake and at the same time non-permanent captain - Mauro Icardi. Last season, the Argentine often clashed with teammates and head coach because of him losing the captain's armband and a place in the first team. Taught by the bitter experience of the confrontation in the locker room at Chelsea, Conte will get rid of Mauro and his agent, and at the same time his wife - Wanda Nara.
As for the replacement of Icardi, Conte, in addition to Martinez, invited Romelu Lukaku. The forward of Manchester United agreed a personal contract with a salary of 7.5 million euros per year, but the clubs have not yet shaken their hands. Given the size of the Belgian and the style of the game in Serie A, there he will have more goals than in recent years in the Premier League.