Beppe Marotta admits Inter will have limited movement in the transfer market but is confident Antonio Conte will stay as head coach.
Inter were confirmed as champions on Sunday for the first time since 2010, after the Nerazzurri beat Crotone and Atalanta were held to a 1-1 draw at Sassuolo.
Conte will be hoping Inter can strengthen their squad ahead of next season but there is uncertainty about how much money will be available.
As reported by Il Secolo XIX (via FcInter1908.it), Inter’s chief executive Marotta said: “I don’t know the guidelines yet but we’ll listen to what the owners (Suning) tell us.
“We’re having trouble like every big club, we need to find a new financial model because we’ve lost €70 million in revenue.
“This is one of the reasons we’ll have reduced ‘power’ in the market.”
Conte is out of contract with Inter in 2022 and there is still slight uncertainty over whether he will remain beyond the end of the season.
But when asked if Inter had a Plan B prepared for if Conte left the club, Marotta assured: “We don’t have one because I believe Conte can continue this adventure with us.”
Conte has secured the fifth top-flight title of his career after three Scudetti at Juventus and one Premier League title at Chelsea.