FIGC Presidency candidate Gabriele Gravina has spoken on having to potentially come up against former Inter president and owner Massimo Moratti.
“He is a great director and there will be a democratic competition. On October 22 the FIGC will have a new president,” Gravina, who is currently the Lega Serie A president, said in an interview with RMC Sport.
Gravina proceeded to reveal that he would be open to working with Giuseppe Marotta if he was to become president of Italian football’s governing body.
“If he wants to I think having a top director like himself would be ideal. I think that in my idea of Club Italia, which is more and more like a football club, a figure like his would be useful.
Since the shock announcement that Marotta would be leaving Juventus in recent days, the rumour mill has been in full swing and Inter among others have been listed as potential next destinations for him.