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Spalletti: 'I've had no offers'

Spalletti: 'I've had no offers'

Luciano Spalletti is “honoured to have had the opportunity to train Inter” and fully admits he has received no real offers for next season.

The tactician was fired despite taking Inter to Champions League qualification for two years in a row, replaced by Conte.

“I am honoured to have had the opportunity to train Inter,” said Spalletti at a sponsorship event.

“I will dearly treasure all the time we spent together. In trying to build, the club wanted important roles filled by certain people. It’s a great team with wonderful fans, but you only really get a grasp of that by living inside that atmosphere, as you have to answer to these supporters.”

Max Allegri said he’s taking a year off after his Juventus dismissal, but will Spalletti do the same?

“I can’t say. I don’t think any club really thought about me. I’m happy that Fiorentina kept Vincenzo Montella and what we saw in the last few weeks of the season was not an accurate reflection of the team or the Coach. It’s only right they evaluate him on what he does next season when there from the start.”

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