Antonio Conte stated he has no purpose of quitting Inter Milan following his aspect’s 3-2 defeat to Sevilla in a pulsating Europa League ultimate on Friday.
The head trainer’s occasional offended outbursts have noticed him conflict with Inter’s senior executives since taking up the reins in 2019 however the 51-year-old maintained that he can be staying with the membership.
“There is no rancour, from me nor the club. There are people I already worked with, so that’s not the issue,” Conte stated in a post-match interview.
“It’s about points of view, some situations that I faced this year and didn’t like, with all due respect for everyone.
“We’ll clarify the situation, without rancour, because I will always be grateful for having the chance to spend a great year at Inter, but on the other it was also very tough … if you think I will step back, I won’t.”
Conte used to be left rueing the unhealthy good fortune of Romelu Lukaku, who scored 34 targets this season after strolling back from Manchester United however who ended up deflecting Diego Carlos’s overhead kick into his personal internet in the second one part.
“It was a tough, well-balanced game where in the second half one incident could change it. We had the opportunity, but instead there was that unlucky deflection off Romelu, so inevitably it became very difficult after that,” Conte stated.
“We have regrets to a degree, as the team gave everything it had against a team with a great deal of experience that was accustomed to these occasions and that had won the final many times. In the end, that made the difference.”