Italian Media Highlight How Growth Decree Could Allow Spurs Coach Antonio Conte To Return To Inter Milan
Tottenham Hotspur head coach Antonio Conte could have his return to Inter or to Serie A more broadly facilitated by the tax benefits of the Growth Decree.
This is highlighted in today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who report that the coach’s appointment could be financially within reach for the Nerazzurri, Juventus, or Roma given the Growth Decree and also his willingness to take a wage cut.
What now looks certain is that Conte will leave Spurs, and that it is only a question of when rather than if the 53-year-old’s exit is made official.
Furthermore, Tuttosport report that the former Inter, Italy, Chelsea, and Juventus coach has made a return to Serie A a priority.
Returns to the Nerazzurri or the Bianconeri would be possible, whilst Roma would be interested should Jose Mourinho depart.
The big potential obstacle would be the fact that Conte is on high wages at Spurs, but the fact that any Italian club that appointed the 53-year-old would save on 50% of the taxes on the payment of the 53-year-old’s salary would be a big boost for the teams in Serie A eyeing up a move.