Beppe Marotta has no intention of leaving Inter anytime soon, according to a report from a leading Italian broadcaster.

Sport Mediaset (via said the Nerazzurri’s CEO wanted to remain at the club despite Antonio Conte’s departure last week.

Inter president Steven Zhang will soon offer Marotta – and sporting director Piero Ausilio – a new contract, with both set to become free agents next summer.

This is a sign that Inter’s project remains ambitious and credible, despite the club’s well-documented financial problems.

Inter fans were concerned after Conte left that Marotta could follow him out of the door, but it seems that is nothing more than a remote possibility for now.

Marotta joined Inter in December 2018 and was a key architect of this season’s Serie A title triumph, helping protect the players from all the off-field speculation regarding owners Suning.

Zhang will make a statement of intent by offering Marotta the new deal, the report suggested.