Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte has revealed he will hold talks over his future next week after the Italian giants lost to Sevilla in the Europa League final.
Inter suffered a 3-2 defeat to Sevilla in the finals of the Europa League on Friday evening. The agonizing failure at the final hurdle means Inter's trophy drought will stretch into the 10th season, but whether Conte will be at the helm to end that run next term remains in doubt after disagreements with the club's hierarchy.
"We're going to meet next week with the club and we'll decide about my future," Conte told reporters after the final. "I'm not sure that I'll be the Inter manager next season, we'll decide together. Inter will plan the future with or without me.
"There is no rancor, from me nor the club. There are people I already worked with, so that's not the issue. It's about points of view, some situations that I faced this year and didn't like, with all due respect for everyone. We'll clarify the situation, without rancor, because I will always be grateful for having the chance to spend a great year at Inter. On the one hand, it was also very tough, but if you think I will step back, I won't. We'll take a few days off and then meet [with the president] with cool heads."