Antonio Conte has reportedly agreed to leave Chelsea for Inter Milan after receiving a £51million contract offer from the Italian giants.
The 47-year-old has been handed a four-year deal worth £12.75m per-year and he has accepted the offer, according to Turin-based newspaper outlet Tuttosport.
Inter will also allow Conte to spend big in the transfer market and have promised the Italian that the signings the club make will be completely his decision.
Tuttosport also suggest that Inter’s Chinese owners, the Suning Holdings Group, are now in discussions with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich as they need to buy Conte out of his current deal at Stamford Bridge.
The former Italy manager only penned a three-year contract in the region of £15m with the Blues last April.
Conte has revitalised Chelsea since his arrival and the club remain on course to win the Premier League title in his first full season in English football.
Chelsea currently have a 10 point lead at the top of the ladder with only 12 games of the league season remaining.
By Drew Darbyshire (@DarbySports)