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Inter Milan Named Simone Inzaghi as New Coach

The new coach of Inter Milan, Simone Inzaghi, will earn four million euros (4.9 million dollars) annually. It is almost three times less than Antonio Conte.

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About Inter Milan’s new Manager:

This season Serie A champions Inter Milan has announced Simone Inzaghi as their new coach. Antonio Conte left Inter Milan, just after delivering the Serie A title. It is the first time in the last 10 years where Inter Milan has won Serie A. The club officially announced it on Thursday.

Inzaghi was former boss of Lazio. He also played for Italy’s national team. He is now 45 years old. Also, Inzaghi has signed a two-year deal at San Siro.

It’s a small fact about the Serie A team this season that Eight of the top! 0 teams have already changed their manager. Also, it is very disappointing for Antonio Conte. He delivered the Serie A title but he did not have his job.

Inzaghi was the younger brother of former Juventus and AC Milan striker, Filippo. He left Lazio last week after five years in charge. Also, he turned down an offer of a contract extension. He instead takes up the challenge at Inter.

Conte has left last month with a year still left on his deal. He had clashes with the club’s Chinese owners.
The ex-Juventus and Chelsea coach refused Suning’s planned cost-cutting. For this reason, He would have prevented him from building the team he wanted to challenge at home and in Europe.

Conte led Inter to their 19th Italian league title. Also, He is the first since Jose Mourinho’s treble-winning side in 2010.
Inzaghi will earn four million euros (4.9 million dollars) annually. It is almost three times less than Conte.

However, he may not get the service of Achraf Hakimi. As he can leave this summer along with Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez.

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Future of Inter Milan:

Hakimi has a strong interest in Paris Saint-Germain. While the 23-year-old Martinez has linked with a move to Spain.
Slovakia defender Milan Skriniar is another player who could depart. Although, the club officials have insisted that they will limit the sales of first-team regulars.

Romelu Lukaku confirmed his future with Inter on Wednesday. Also, He revealed that he had spoken to Inzaghi before the news of his appointment was made public.

“Yes, I’m staying at Inter. Maybe I shouldn’t say it yet but I’ve already talked with the man who is likely to become the new coach. It was a very positive conversation,” Lukaku told Belgian broadcaster VTM.

Inter Milan will be Inzaghi’s second job in club management. He coached the youth teams at Lazio. There he spent much of his playing career. He took over the main role in 2016.

He led Lazio to the last 16 of the Champions League last season. It is the club’s first appearance in Europe’s premier club competition since 2007-08.

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