Conte coy on Inter future after 'holding positive talks with Spurs'

Antonio Conte refuses to be drawn on his Inter Milan future amid Tottenham links as he insists ‘we enjoy the celebrations’ after winning Serie A title

  • Antonio Conte led Inter Milan to their first Serie A triumph in 11 years this season
  • The Italian has caught the eye of Spurs after sealing the title four games early
  • The former Chelsea boss has reportedly had talks with the north Londoners 
  • Conte has refused to rule-out a move away from Inter before next season  

Antonio Conte isn’t too sure about attempting a Serie A title defence next season, with the Inter Milan boss refusing the rule-out a move away from Italy this summer.   

The former Chelsea managed secured Inter’s first Scudetto since 2010 with four games to spare, blasting 13 points clear to end Juventus’ nine-year dominance. 

Conte isn’t set on a third season with the Nerazzurri though, having reportedly held positive talks over a Premier League return with Spurs. 

Antonio Conte is considering leaving Inter Milan despite winning the Serie A this season 

The Italian coached his side to a 13-point lead with four games to go to seal the championship

However, Conte could be on the move, having held talks with Tottenham and Daniel Levy 

Those talks are set to continue, and Conte’s position on the matter will concern Inter supporters going into the summer.  

‘I’ll be staying or leaving Inter? Now we enjoy the celebrations, then we’ll meet and decide,’ Conte told Le Iene. 

‘We will choose the best destiny for Inter.’  

Conte has some unfinished business in the Premier League having been sacked by Chelsea

Ryan Mason sits in the Spurs hot-seat on a temporary basis currently, with the north Londoners having sacked Jose Mourinho last month. 

While Mourinho has already confirmed he’ll be back in Serie A next season with Roma, Conte will likely feel he has a point to prove if he heads the other way. 

The Italian had two seasons with Chelsea, lifting the Premier League in his first, before being sacked despite FA Cup success in 2017-18. 

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