Corriere dello Sport reports this morning on the latest news regarding the break-up between Inter and Roberto Mancini.
The Roman newspaper confirms the disagreement between the parties on the renewal proposed by the Nerazzurri.
The Chinese, who had met in Hoboken in late July, had opened talks for a renewal until 2019 while Erick Thohir had wanted to start on the right foot ahead of the 2016/17 season, however contained in the renewal were a couple of clauses that Mancini did not like.
The first was that the coach could not dictate on the transfer market pertaining to the club.
The second was that a renewal would contain pre-established penalties for failure to achieve certain goals (ie: Champions League qualification).
Hearing this Mancini in his opinion could not go on and would not sign a renewal as it would not make sense. The 6-1 loss against Tottenham has perhaps accelerated the whole process.