Inter Milan Prepare High Profile List Of Potential Managerial Candidates

Inter Milan's supporters hold up a giant banner during the match.

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The Nerazzurri have been tumbling down from the heights of football they once achieved, and with the aim of getting back there from next season onwards, they are currently looking out for a big name boss to take charge of the club in the summer.

As per reports in Italy, the primary target for Inter Milan is current Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, but with him only recently signing for the London club and leading them to an inevitable title win in his first season, such a deal is highly unlikely to take place despite them being ready to make him one of the highest earning managers in the the world.

Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Inter also have back up plans ready if the former Juventus and Italy manager does not put pen to paper, which includes trying to lure Guardiola or bring back their favourite man Mourinho to the Serie A.

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Mourinho is a fan favourite at the club he gloriously led to a treble back in 2010 which included the Champions League, a status they have failed to achieve since his departure despite various new bosses and players coming in and out of the team.

Pep Guardiola was also a target post his Barca job in 2012, but with him and Mourinho both in Manchester and in their debut seasons only, the targets seem to be fairly unrealistic.

However, other names on the list of managers include Diego Simeone, a player for the mega side in his days, who has always expressed his desire to return to a club he adores and also Carlo Ancelotti who despite being a legend for rivals AC Milan, might head there through some serious persuasion skills.

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