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Spalletti is leaving! Who will be the next Inter Milan coach?

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The current strategist of the 'neroazurrro' club will end his contract this season and names are already being mentioned for his post. Who are the options?

Spalletti is leaving! Who will be the next Inter Milan coach?

After another season without titles and several years of failures, Inter Milan aims to return to be one of the most fearsome teams in Europe. Since the triplet that got the Portuguese coach, José Mourinho, the 'neroazurro' team has not returned to protagonism and adds only disappointments.

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Suning Holdings Group, the largest shareholder of the Milanese box, has made a series of experiments in recent years that have not given results. Failures have been constant and they have had to see how one of its traditional rivals, Juventus of Turin, often raise titles.

Despite the fact that Luciano Spalletti won the Champions League qualification this season, he will not continue as manager of the team. Several names sound to reach Milan's managing bench. LatinAmerican Post analyzes their profiles, in order to see which is the right one for the club.

 

1. The good son returns home

Diego Pablo 'El Cholo' Simeone had a remarkable history in the 'neroazurro' club as a player and is one of the options to manage it. Holdings Group has tried to hire the 'gaucho', but after his good campaigns with Atlético de Madrid, his association has not been possible.

According to Diario Gol, Inter Milan wants to develop a project with Simeone on the bench in order to once again become a protagonist in Europe. The leaders know that with the 'gaucho' they can expand each of their objectives and consider that they have the right profile to manage them.

In an interview with the Italian radio station Rai Radio 1, reviewed in Sport, Diego affirmed that returning to the Serie A to manage is something that will surely happen. However, he still has one more year left in the contract with Atlético de Madrid, a club with which he has won many things and in which he feels very comfortable.

2. A winner with a lot of experience

Another one of the names that has sounded with much insistence is that of the Italian strategist Antonio Conte. After winning league titles with Juventus and Chelsea, Conte is one of the possible calls that could revive Milan's glory again.

According to Pasion Fútbol, the Italians would have opted to call Antonio in order to offer him a return to soccer after leaving Chelsea. El Español stressed that the counselor was walking through the offices of the club in February, which awoke several rumors.

He has a style similar to that of Simeone: he is a lover of defensive play, of balance in the middle of the field and loves to defend with three men. With the presence of Giuseppe Marotta in sports management, Conte could arrive as they know each other very well from when they were together in Juventus.

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3. The return of a winner

After his departure from Manchester United, the Portuguese José Mourinho is one of the candidates to return to Inter. Since the Portuguese left, Inter has not been a protagonist, after conquering in 2010 the Scudetto, the Champions League and the Italian Cup.

He is a man much loved by the fans, since they have never forgotten his achievements and hope that he will take Inter Milan to the path of success again. "Inter Milan is the best team I've managed, we won everything from day one to the end," Mourinho told Bein Sports, which was reposted by Peru21.

In this team, soccer players like Julio Cesar, Lucio, Diego Milito, Wesley Sneijder, Samuel Eto'o, Thiago Motta, Esteban 'Cuchu' Cambiasso. After these achievements, he has had a good relationship with the leading international leadership and, according to the Daily Mail, already met with Marotta.

4. A successful player would return as a strategist

The former Argentinian midfielder, Esteban Cambiasso, is also an option for the Neroazurro team's management. Despite having little experience as a coach, his name is on the radar due to the achievements he got at Inter Milan.

With 38 years of age, he was part of the management staff of the Colombian National Team led by José Pékerman during the 2018 World Championship of Russia. "I want to understand well the problems of each player and team. Soccer players are not dominoes," Cambiasso told Marca.

The Argentinian gave his impressions about what his role as manager would be. Mundo Deportivo said that Cambiasso is a candidate, stating that "In case the situation gets complicated and Spalletti is dismissed, the name that sounds insistent is that of Cambiasso."

 

LatinAmerican Post | Daniel Cuevas

Translated from "¡Se va Spalletti! ¿quién será el próximo técnico del Inter de Milan? "

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