Inter will have 1,000 fans at San Siro to celebrate the Scudetto against Udinese, but will it be Antonio Conte’s last game in charge of the Nerazzurri?
La Gazzetta dello Sport reports Conte wants to remain at the Giuseppe Meazza and continue his adventure with Inter.
The newspaper claims both the coach and President Steven Zhang are convinced to continue the project they started two years ago.
The coach from Lecce has targeted the second milestone already, and is motivated by winning the 20th Scudetto for the Beneamata, but he needs certainty from the club that three players will not leave this summer.
The report claims Conte must be guaranteed to keep Romelu Lukaku, Nicoló Barella and Lautaro Martinez to continue his work at Pinetina.
If Zhang can promise him this and reassure the coach about the future from a financial point of view, then Conte and Inter would move forward together.
On Sunday, 1,000 fans will have the opportunity to access San Siro for the Scudetto party against the Friuli at 14.00 UK time.
Tickets will be granted to sponsors, club employees and families of the players, but it’s still uncertain if they are witnessing the start or the end of a successful adventure with the former Juventus, Italy and Chelsea coach.