Atletico boss Diego Simeone admits that one day he'll coach Inter MilanPublished December 07, 2016
Diego Simeone has admitted that he will coach Inter Milan one day. The Atletico Madrid boss made this statement to back up what his son said earlier in the week. Giovanni Simeone, a striker with Genoa, said that he expects his father to move back to Italy at some point in the future. Simeone Sr played for the Nerazzurri in his prime.
Simeone said: “It is normal that my son, my father, my sister, my wife would say that I will train Inter in the future, because they know someday I will lead Inter.”
He then clarified that what he said wasn’t supposed to insinuate this his bags were already packed: “I have nothing to say about my future. It is abundantly clear.”
The Argentine coach became Atletico boss in 2011 after two spells with the Spanish club during his playing days. He’s become one of the best coaches in world football on his way to winning La Liga, the Copa Del Rey and Europa League. He took Atletico to the Champions League final in 2014 and 2016, losing each time to Real Madrid.