Inter are expected to offer new deals to Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio next season, according to a report in the Italian media today.

Marotta, Ausilio, Dario Baccin and many other Nerazzurri directors are out of contract in 2022, leading to inevitable speculation over their futures.

Corriere dello Sport’s print edition said Inter would address the issue after the transfer window closes, but the impression is that Marotta and Ausilio would stay at the club beyond 2022.

Inter would be especially likely to extend their contracts if they manage to meet all the club’s requirements for this summer, which involve cutting costs and selling players.

Antonio Conte left Inter last week after deciding he couldn’t accept Suning’s plans to downscale operations slightly, following the club’s Serie A title triumph.

Marotta and Ausilio remain onboard and are already hard at work to stabilise Inter’s financial position, with plenty of sales required before the current financial year ends on June 30.