According to multiple reports, Inter Milan’s manager, Antonio Conte is currently under police protection in Italy after receiving a bullet in an envelope.
The reports claim that the former Chelsea boss received an envelope from an anonymous sender containing a bullet and a letter which issued a series of threats.
An investigation has now been launched while Conte is now under police surveillance outside his home and at Inter’s training ground.
The reports further disclosed that police are taking the matter seriously but believe the anonymous sender is simply seeking attention and the threats towards Conte will not result in any ‘real aggression’.
Conte joined Inter in July and his side are currently one point behind Juventus at the top of Serie A.
The 50-year-old also spent two seasons at Chelsea, winning both the Premier League and the FA Cup during his time at Stamford Bridge.
Earlier this year, Conte won his legal battle against Chelsea, and the club was ordered to pay the Italian £9 million in compensation after sacking him in 2018.