“Champions League will be reach, or at least very close to it, at 70 points. Luciano Spalletti, however, aims to have the same point as last year (72) to reinforce the concept of making progress. At 72, Inter would certainly be in third place seeing how Atalanta, at most, would only have 71.”
The Corriere dello Sport dives in on the Champions League race and talks about the future of Inter bench.
“Spalletti is one that does not leave anything to chance when it comes to his work. He knows that the decision on his future is not in his hands and Inter management will have to make a choice. Yesterday, Marotta was a diplomat (“Next coach? There is Spalletti who has a contract and we are calm”) but in reality, the balance’s needle is currently on the side of letting Spalletti go. Provided that a better replacement is found, one that has won in his career.
“This is the identikit of Antonio Conte but also that of Massimiliano Allegri who, however, never misses an opportunity to reiterate that he will stay in Turin. Mourinho does not seem to be an intriguing option while Inter do like Pochettino.”