Sportitalia reports Napoli representatives have met Antonio Conte in Turin, while Milan do not seem interested in the Italian tactician.

Sportitalia claims Napoli have met Conte in Turin, offering the ex-Juventus and Inter coach €6.5m-a-year salary plus €2m add-ons, tied to a Champions League qualification as the minimum target for next season.

If Conte accepts the offer, the €2m in bonuses will be added to the ‘fixed’ salary from 2025-26, according to the report.

Sportitalia claims Conte is Napoli’s primary option for next season. In contrast, La Gazzetta dello Sport has claimed the Partenopei want Stefano Pioli while Corriere dello Sport says Napoli will wait for the end of the season to open talks with Atalanta‘s Gian Piero Gasperini.

Regarding Conte, all sources seem to agree that Milan are not interested in the ex-Juventus Inter and Chelsea coach.

His assistant Stefano Stellini spoke to Telelombaria on Monday night, suggesting that the ex-midfielder would be open to joining the Rossoneri.

However, both Sportitalia and Tuttosport claim the Rossoneri’s door is ‘closed’ on Conte and that the Diavoli are evaluating other candidates such as Paulo Fonseca and Sergio Conceiçao.

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