Inter’s management are due to meet with Suning majority shareholder Zhang Jindong in Rome this afternoon, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Zhang has flown to Italy for the first time in two years and will see Beppe Marotta, Alessandro Antonello and his son Steven to discuss the most pressing issues regarding the Nerazzurri.
Marotta will be asked to lay out his plans for Inter’s transfer activity in the summer before summarising what he has achieved during his first 100 days with the club.
Antonello, meanwhile, will provide a report on the growth of Inter’s corporate revenue and update Zhang on the latest developments regarding San Siro, with Suning keen to build a new stadium.
Marotta has not met with Suning’s boss since flying out to China in December 2018 while Antonello last saw him 12 months ago, when Inter’s management held their annual board meeting in Nanjing.
“Marotta will have a lot to tell Zhang about,” Gazzetta said, “because his first three months at Inter have certainly not been dull.”