Antonio Conte mentioned he has no intention of quitting Inter Milan following his side’s three-two defeat to Sevilla in a pulsating Europa League ultimate on Friday.
The head coach’s occasional angry outbursts have observed him clash with Inter’s senior executives considering the fact that taking above the reins in 2019 but the 51-12 months-outdated maintained that he would be staying with the club.
“There is no rancour, from me nor the club. There are folks I by now worked with, so that is not the concern,” Conte mentioned in a submit-match interview.
“It’s about factors of see, some cases that I faced this 12 months and did not like, with all due respect for everybody.
“We’ll clarify the circumstance, with out rancour, simply because I will normally be grateful for possessing the opportunity to invest a excellent 12 months at Inter, but on the other it was also pretty challenging … if you believe I will stage back, I will not.”
Conte was left rueing the terrible luck of Romelu Lukaku, who scored 34 objectives this season right after arriving from Manchester United but who ended up deflecting Diego Carlos’s overhead kick into his very own net in the 2nd half.
“It was a challenging, effectively-balanced game the place in the 2nd half one particular incident could modify it. We had the possibility, but rather there was that unlucky deflection off Romelu, so inevitably it grew to become pretty tricky right after that,” Conte mentioned.
“We have regrets to a degree, as the crew gave almost everything it had towards a crew with a excellent deal of knowledge that was accustomed to these events and that had won the ultimate a lot of occasions. In the finish, that produced the distinction.”