Italian Simone Inzaghi officially became Inter Milan’s new manager, replacing Antonio Conte.
“FC Internazionale Milan welcomes Simone Inzaghi as the new coach of the first team. The manager has signed a two-year contract with the ‘Nerazzurri’ club,” Inter reported in an official note.
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Inzaghi, born in Piacenza in 1976 and former player of Sampdoria, Lazio and Piacenza, signed with Inter after not renewing his contract as Lazio coach, in which he had worked since 2016.
The Italian achieved great results at the head of the lacial team and He reached the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League in the just ended campaign twenty years after the last time.
The sports management of Inter chose him to replace Conte, who resigned last week from his last year of contract because he did not share the economic vision of the club.
Inzaghi, who also usually plays with a defense of three, like Conte, take command of an Inter who was champion of Italy in the last season, after ending nine years of Juventus domination.
His team is in a delicate economic situation and may need to sacrifice at least one of their leaders to relieve their boxes, touched by the consequences of the pandemic.