‘The future is bright’ for Claudio Ranieri

Claudio Antonio is convinced of the future of his club, despite the departures of many key players and the departure of former captain Mario Balotelli.

It is the first time in nearly 10 years that the Giallorossi are unbeaten in Serie A and Antonio said that there are many positives to come.

“There are things to take from the season and we’ll continue to work on those,” the Italy coach said.

“In the coming weeks, the squad will be strengthened again, so we’ll start to work again on our attack.”

I think the players are happy, and we’re in good shape.

There’s a lot of potential in this squad.

“Ranieri, who replaced Paolo Di Canio in January, was named the new boss of the Giallsichere on Wednesday.

It is the latest sign that the former Juventus coach is keen to rebuild the club, after being out of work since February.

Ranico is still waiting for his first win against a Milan side that has only managed to secure a draw in their last two league games.

The Italian coach is desperate to get back to winning ways, after winning just six of his past 16 league games under Di Caniano.