Antonio Conte reportedly left Inter Milan after guiding them to Serie A success as the club are planning to sell many players this summer.
Inter ended an 11-year wait for the Italian domestic title this season but this victory did not stop manager Conte from packing his bags and departing La Beneamata three-and-a-half weeks later.
Conte had one year remaining on his contract with the Italian giants but it is believed that the manager's and club executives' differing ambitions caused the former Chelsea boss to decide to leave the club.
The Guardian reports that Inter are prepared to sell around £80m worth of players in the coming months to aid with their finances, which have been hit due to the global pandemic.
Striker Romelu Lukaku dismissed reports linking him with an exit from Milan on the conditions that Conte remains as the manager, and therefore now his future could be in doubt.
Conte arrived in Milan in 2019 and oversaw 102 games for the club, winning his fourth Serie A title after lifting the trophy three times before with Juventus.