There's tension as Inter have told Spalletti to "either resign or you don't get to join Milan"
The Corriere della Sera discusses the tug-of-war between Inter and Luciano Spalletti on the severance pay which would release him so that he can choose the next club in his career which is likely to be Milan.
The Certaldo coach is still furious at the dismissal by Inter back in May after leading the Nerazzurri to the Champions League for two straight seasons. And as a result, he is demanding one-year salary to terminate contract. This is where Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta comes in. According to the newspaper, Marotta is not willing to pay more than six months of wages, three of which have already been paid (July, August, September).
Furthermore, Corsera reveals that in a telephone contact in the afternoon, facing Spalletti’s reluctance in accepting three-month worth in wages, he was also told by Inter that “either you resign or you don’t go to Milan.”