MILAN – Antonio Conte won the case with Chelsea , now there are no more obstacles for his arrival at Inter but will still be announced after the end of the championship, so most likely next week when Inter will be certain of his position final in Serie A. The news reported in preview by the British newspaper 'Times' is confirmed: Antonio Conte won the court case brought against Chelsea following the dismissal for just cause accrued last year.
Antonio Conte has taken a weight off, now he can dedicate himself to Inter.
The sentence establishes that the dismissal is not comparable to the exemption, and therefore the club of Abramovich will have to compensate Conte with 10 million pounds, a figure that includes the emoluments foreseen for this season and the legal expenses.
However, the Times pointed out, the English company could file an appeal following the judges' decision and ask to bring the proceedings directly to the High Court. This is a great victory for Conte, but a story still far from the conclusion. With the amount to be paid to Antonio Conte the total of severance payments and compensation paid by the Abramovich management rises to around 90 million pounds, almost 100 million euros.
The Russian patron has relieved eight managers from the post as well as the Apulian coach since he was head of Chelsea: among these we also find the Italian names of Roberto di Matteo, Carlo Ancelotti and Claudio Ranieri.
Jose Mourinho's exemption in 2007 was the most expensive for the Blues, with 18 million pounds. His successor Avram Grant was the one who got the lowest liquidation from the club so far stopping at "just" 5.5 million pounds.
The Special One was also fired in his second adventure on the Abramovich club bench, receiving a settlement of 9.5 million pounds. The complete list also includes Andrè Villas-Boas and Luiz Felipe Scolari. In March 2012, the Portuguese coach took home £ 12m of liquidation, while the former Brazilian national coach achieved a figure of £ 12.6m in 2009.
In case he was exonerated, Maurizio Sarri would collect only a figure close to 5 million pounds, entering at the end of this rich ranking.
Among the various work relationships at Chelsea ended up in court there is the one with Dr. Eva Carneiro, whose relations with Jose Mourinho fell to the point of exonerating the British.
The doctor denounced the company for the dismissal, in his opinion unjustified: the two sides sought an agreement, with the Carneiro that refused a compensation of 100 thousand pounds. The matter ended in court, concluding with a compensation for the Carneiro of 1.2 million pounds (source AGI).
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