Inter management were not pleased with Antonio Conte’s most recent outburst following the defeat to Bologna this past weekend according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
The management did not like some of the comments he made post-match and felt that some of the comments he made were over the top.
Inter expected more from Conte not to the point where he had to win the league in his first season but at least remain in the race for the title far longer.
The report goes on to explain that the former Italian national team manager has become fed up with acting as a lightning rod, even at a media level and he wants to push club management to improve the squad at his disposal.
It adds that there are six players destined to leave and Conte is expecting more from the club’s big name players. It concludes that he wants two players added to the squad above all others and those players are Brescia’s Sandro Tonali and Barcelona’s Arturo Vidal.