Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte has reportedly expressed his desire to make a return to Juventus after he was heard enquiring about Maurizio Sarri's future at the club.
La Repubblica journalist Franco Vanni revealed that Conte has been in constant communication with a few people at Juventus, further increasing his interest in managing the club on a second stint - he led the Turin-based club from 2011 -2014.
Reports in the media also claim that Conte is desperate to leave the club this summer as he is unhappy with Inter's top management and admitted that they could have done better for him as he tried to focus on managing the team.
Inter Milan are the only Serie A club to date to have never suffered relegation from top-flight football.
Source: One Football via Juve FC