Antonio Conte stated he has no intention of quitting Inter Milan following his facet’s 3-2 defeat to Sevilla in a pulsating Europa League ultimate on Friday.
The top coach’s occasional offended outbursts have seen him conflict with Inter’s senior executives since taking on the reins in 2019 however the 51-year-old maintained that he can be staying with the membership.
“There is no such thing as a rancour, from me nor the membership. There are individuals I already labored with, in order that’s not the difficulty,” Conte stated in a post-match interview.
“It’s about factors of view, some conditions that I confronted this yr and didn’t like, with all due respect for everybody.
“We’ll make clear the scenario, with out rancour, as a result of I’ll all the time be pleased about having the prospect to spend an important yr at Inter, however on the opposite it was additionally very robust … when you suppose I’ll step again, I gained’t.”
Conte was left rueing the dangerous luck of Romelu Lukaku, who scored 34 objectives this season after arriving from Manchester United however who ended up deflecting Diego Carlos’s overhead kick into his personal internet within the second half.
“It was a tricky, well-balanced recreation the place within the second half one incident may change it. We had the chance, however as an alternative there was that unfortunate deflection off Romelu, so inevitably it grew to become very troublesome after that,” Conte stated.
“We’ve got regrets to a level, because the crew gave all the pieces it had in opposition to a crew with an excessive amount of expertise that was accustomed to those events and that had gained the ultimate many occasions. In the long run, that made the distinction.”