Conte is their 11th coach in nine years since Mourinho departed and the club has also changed hands twice since then.
The Belgian striker was high on Conte's list of targets at Chelsea but ultimately ended up with Alvaro Morata, while the Red Devils are desperately trying to offload Sanchez from the club's wage bill.
Asamoah, who joined Inter Milan on a free transfer from Juventus a year ago, will be hoping to have another successful stint with the Italian trainer after their trophy-laden spell at Juventus. That is perhaps, the reason why United are open to the idea of parting ways with the 26-year-old forward, if the right offer comes their way.
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"But I can't wait". "It's not a club for everyone and the fans will ask why me".
"Because we share the same ambitions, fearlessness, hunger and determination". Now it's my turn.
"Inter can confirm that Luciano Spalletti is no longer head coach of the first team".
Spalletti was dismissed on Thursday despite guiding Inter to successive fourth-place finishes in Serie A and the club announced Conte's arrival on a three-year deal the next day.
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However, he seems to have lost the magic wand, failing to challenge for a Scudetto or win any other silverware in the last two campaigns with Inter Milan.
In between those jobs, Conte led an unfancied Italy team to the quarterfinals of the 2016 European Championship, where it lost to Germany on penalties.
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