By Alvise Cagnazzo For Mailonline
Published: 21:00 BST, 1 September 2020 | Updated: 21:00 BST, 1 September 2020
Antonio Conte's relationship with Inter Milan is hanging by a thread after just one year in charge of the club.
The manager has endured a very mixed time with the club hierarchy and this upcoming campaign could be his last at the San Siro before it has even begun.
When it comes to Conte it is always best to wait a few weeks before expressing definitive judgments on his career choices.
Antonio Conte is facing a make-or-break season at Inter Milan after just one year in charge
Conte looked set to be heading for the San Siro exit this summer but relations have improved
In the summer of 2014, after announcing that he wanted to stay in Turin with Juventus, he left the club after only one day of his summer holidays. Juventus subsequently chose Massimiliano Allegri to replace him within hours and he helped the Italian giants to win five-straight Serie A titles.
For all of his brilliance, Conte is a manager with a thousand moods who manages to give 100 per cent when he is totally involved in the technical project of the company.
The 51-year-old is a technician with a very particular and sensitive character but he is the best Italian coach for results and points won every year.
After an explosive end of last season, he is yet to agree a true truce with the board. However, both parties will continue to work together for the well-being of the club, despite an