Inter President Steven Zhang wants to keep all the stars at San Siro and will not make the Scudetto obligatory for coach Antonio Conte next term.
The Nerazzurri are storming towards their first Scudetto since Jose Mourinho won the Treble in 2009-10, but the patron wants to give Conte absolute serenity ahead of the next campaign.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Zhang, who is in Milan for the first time in seven months, wants to guarantee continuity to the club’s ambitions.
The big names in the squad should stay at the Giuseppe Meazza, but a massive offer would of course be considered by the club.
But the newspaper claims there are no signs that the backbone of the team will be tampered with.
The report claims Zhang will give Conte the serenity in determining the goals for next season, just like last August.
There is no obligation to win for the Nerazzurri, neither to defend the Scudetto, much less to bring home the Champions League trophy.