Antonio Conte has agreed terms with Internazionale to take over as their new manager in the summer, the club has confirmed.
The former Juventus manager, who has been on a sabbatical since leaving Chelsea in 2018, will sign a three-year contract to replace Luciano Spalletti.
Several other European clubs, including PSG and Bayern Munich, had shown an interest in Conte, but the 49-year-old was keen for a return to Italian club football to take up the challenge of making Inter title contenders again.
Conte worked closely together with Inter CEO, Beppe Marotta, when the two were at Juventus between 2011 and 2014, winning three consecutive Serie A titles together.
Inter are currently fourth in the league with one game to go and are widely expected to clinch the final Champions League place.
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