Beppe Marotta has no intention of leaving Inter anytime soon, according to a report from a leading Italian broadcaster.
Sport Mediaset (via FcInter1908.it) 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.