CASTELLAMMARE DI STABIA – After several months of silence, where his name had been brought up for news of the transfer market, Luciano Spalletti returned to speak on the sidelines of the Italian Sport Awards in Castellammare di Stabia. Spalletti: “Napoli has never looked for me, in any case I'm happy that they took Gattuso because he is a young, emerging and prepared coach. I'm sure he'll put things right in no time.
With Milan instead there was a concrete negotiation but I was unable to go because Inter decided to pay me to stay at home. " His statements made people discuss and shortly thereafter received the reply from the Nerazzurri club: "Mr. Spalletti was offered a severance pay, he refused …".
Inter statement on the Spalletti-Milan issue: "He refused a leave."
The former Roma coach refused the severance pay offered by Inter, who would have freed him thus allowing him to accept AC Milan's proposals: Inter specifies after the coach said that the Nerazzurri club had preferred to keep him under contract even as a waiver .
With reference to the statements made yesterday by the former Roma coach, Inter, asked by ANSA, said that "in addition to the compensation accrued by Mr. Spalletti, the Company had proposed a further economic offer as an incentive to leave, which was welcomed by the coach. " (source ANSA).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano