Antonio Conte will stay on as Inter Milan manager next season after a crisis meeting on Tuesday with club president Steven Zhang, the Italian team said.
Conte’s position at Inter appeared uncertain after a very public disagreement with club bosses at the end of the Serie A season.
The former Chelsea boss led Inter to second behind Juventus in the league last season, Inter’s highest position since 2011.
He also guided the club to their first European final in a decade in the Europa League which they lost to Sevilla.
Following that defeat, Conte hinted he might quit the club after just one season.
But his future has now been clarified and he will remain as coach as the club seek a first Scudetto since 2010.
“The club and Antonio Conte had a constructive meeting today focused on continuity and strategy, in which the two parties laid the foundations to continue working together on the club’s project,” Inter Milan said in a statement.