Inter Milan Receive Threatening Letter With A Bullet


Inter Milan revealed that he received a threatening letter containing a bullet in the publication, but denied that manager Antonio Conte was the target.

The understanding is that it could be an attention seeker and the threats are not serious, but both Conte and the club are said to have been warned to be vigilant.

In addition, the content of the letter is thought to have included concerning comments made towards ex-Chelsea supremo Conte, who has helped oversee improved fortunes at San Siro.

Conte's immediate security has been stepped up in the wake of the developments, with the former Italian global boss's home, as well as Inter's training ground, receiving increased security, while video surveillance footage from the two venues are being closely watched and analyzed.

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"Consequently, he did not go in person to file a complaint".

Conte's wife, Elisabetta Muscarello, also rubbished the report claiming a bullet had been sent their housedhold.

"It is the club that received the letter, and as usual practice in these cases, alerted the competent authorities", Continues the official message.

After 12 contested days, Antonio Conte has Inter Milan in the second position of the general table of Serie A, only one point below the leader, Juventus.