Inter cancel news conference in protest at "offensive" Conte letter
After an Italian newspaper published a critical letter about Antonio Conte, Inter cancelled their scheduled media session for Saturday.
Inter have cancelled their news conference in protest at Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport publishing what the club described as an "offensive letter" about head coach Antonio Conte.
Conte was due to speak to reporters to preview their away Serie A match against Fiorentina on Sunday.
Inter tell media they must "guarantee respect for people"
But Inter released a statement saying the media session would not be going ahead because Corriere had published a critical letter and added their own comment indicating agreement with its content.
Inter's statement read: "Yesterday [Friday], the Corriere dello Sport published an offensive letter towards our coach, justifying its aggression in the comment.
"In order to send out a message to all media outlets that they must "guarantee respect for people", there won't be a press conference today."
Inter protest follows "Black Friday" headline controversy
Inter also clashed with Corriere earlier this month when striker Romelu Lukaku and former Manchester United team-mate Chris Smalling featured on a front page along with the headline "Black Friday" ahead of their meeting with Roma in Serie A.