Antonio Conte is no longer the coach of the Serie A Champion, Juventus. The Triple consecutive Italian champions confirmed that the 44-year-old expert has resigned.
La Stampa and Gazzetta dello Sport wrote that Antonio Conte did not agree with the club’s administration about policies related to transfers, as well as the expected goals for the next few seasons, “You can not eat for ten euros in a restaurant where meals cost 100 euros,” said Conte recently to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Conte recently asked the club to bring Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona, but the Chilean striker finished at Arsenal, while there are a lot of reports that the ranks of the Italian champions could leave their best player Arturo Vidal and join the English side, Manchester United.
Conte has rejected a new three-year deal with Juventus and was expected at pre-season training today but instead he announced his resignation.
Conte led Juventus from May 2011th, and his name is mentioned in the context of a potential new boss of the Italian national football team which Cesare Prandelli has left to join Galatasaray. As Conte’s most likely successors at Juventus are mentioned Massimiliano Allegri and Roberto Mancini.