Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has reportedly asked for a whopping sum of €10m on a yearly basis at Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan.
This is according to the report from popular English news outlet Goal which claimed that Inter Milan and the aforementioned Conte have agreed the financial terms needed ahead of the official announcement expected soonest.
Antonio Conte will officially be named the Inter Milan manager in the coming days.
The ex-Chelsea boss has agreed to a three-year contract at Inter Milan and it’s said to be worth €10m on a yearly basis.
Antonio Conte has also requested the signing of some players ahead of him being named the Inter Milan boss.
The Italian tactician will return to the dugout this summer after a year following his sack as the Chelsea manager last summer.
He was dismissed as the Blues boss with one year left on his then Chelsea contract after failing to secure Champions League football.
Recent reports claimed that Chelsea have paid £9m in settlement for the remaining one year in his contract after a protracted legal battle.
During his time as the Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte won the Premier League title in his debut campaign before adding an FA Cup in his second and final season at the club.