Inter boss flies to New York to offer bonuses to the head coach.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter’s sporting director Piero Ausilio made an emergency trip to New York amid reports of chaos in the nerazzurri camp. Following a cancelled training session, reports stated that Mancini was unhappy after a meeting with the new owners, the Suning group and was looking to leave the club.
Ausilio looked to repair the damaged club in the way of offering a Champions League bonus to the head coach.
Inter have also announced the signing of Antonio Candreva, whom the club also offered Champions League bonuses.
Reports from yesterday’s training session in New York indicated problems with Mancini and Mauro Icardi who seemed distant and unhappy with the club.
Learned alot of stuff watching Inter practice today. You can clearly see Mancini & Icardi have problems at the club
— Marco Messina (@Marcocalcio22) July 27, 2016