Inter CEO Beppe Marotta stopped by Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia moments ago to share his thoughts on all things concerning the Nerazzurri.
Marotta was speaking ahead of the Serie A clash at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, when the Biancocelesti host the Nerazzurri in a top of the table clash, with kick-off scheduled for 20.45 CET.
The former Juventus CEO underlined that Inter are in currently in a position in the Serie A league table that is worthy of the club’s history whilst also stating that no titles had been won just yet and that there is a long way left to go this season.
“These matches are classic matches that Inter, who has a well filled trophy cabinet, should not see as being an event that is out of the ordinary.
“The we are going through a positive period, there is satisfaction whilst also being aware that we want to have a role as a protagonist.”
Marotta was then asked about the rumors circulating in Italy and Spain that Barcelona are negotiating with Inter over a transfer for Argentinian international striker Lautaro Martinez.
“He is growing, he is very young and is very interested in wearing this glorious shirt and to grow. Inter have nothing to envy others of and players leave when they indicate that this is the road they want to undertake.”
In conclusion Marotta was asked when Nerazzurri fans can expect to see January signing Danish international Christian Eriksen.
“He is already the real Eriksen then there needs to be a period of acclimatization. However, 14 players play every game so as such some start the game and some finish it, but Eriksen has already done very well.”