Allegri takes charge of Inter, but will not be his own man: the coach will have to bring a new approach to the club.

Today, the news came out of the blue that Inter Milan fired Maurizio Allegri.The Italian coach took charge of the Black and blue team on December 31, 2016 and immediately made it clear that he was very much wanted by the club.The first details of Allegri's transfer to Milan appeared at the end of January.Then the Tuttosport publication wrote that the Italian asked for a four-year contract with a salary of 2.5 million euros.However, due to the huge salary, Inter refused to pay any more.And a few days ago, Luca Cattani, who is the editor-in-chief of the Italian edition of Tuttosport, wrote that Maurizio agreed to terminate his contract with the club and return to the Italian national team.However, today the situation has changed.Even before the match with Crystal Palace, the Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport reported that Allegri was unhappy with the way Ralf Rangnick was able to get rid of the players without paying them. such as Ron-Zhaboty Malkom, Daniele De Rossi and Daniele De Rossi.Such a move would have saved Rangnick from having to make a choice between De Rossi and De Rossi, who was able to get rid of the problem with the Argentine.He was able to do this because of the three-year period during which Antonio Conte was able to sign De Rossi.However, according to Corriere dello Sport, now the Italian coach will have to try to save the team.Due to the salary cap, Inter will not be able to sign any new players. such as De Rossi.According to a foreign publication, the most likely option for Allegri to continue his career is to return to the Premier League, where West Ham, Newcastle and Everton are interested in him.However, in order to return to the national team and be eligible for the 2022 World Cup, Allegri will have to work in the Italian national team for a couple of years.To work at the European level, Ralf will have to work for three years in the national team, and then move to Serie A.