Antonio Conte has parted company with newly-crowned Serie A champions Inter Milan after leading them to a first title in 11 years, the Italian club confirmed on Wednesday.
“Inter Milan announces that it has reached an agreement for the consensual termination of the contract with coach Antonio Conte,” the Chinese-owned club said in a statement.
Conte, 51, had a year left on his three-year contract after joining the club in 2019.
Conte’s future as Inter boss has been in doubt since the club’s financial problems were laid bare by chairman Steven Zhang.
The Italian champions are reportedly looking to raise €100million through player sales during the close season, with Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez being linked with moves away.