Inter are close to agreeing on contract extensions for key directors at the club including Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio.
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who report that the duo will be handed new two-year deals along with the likes of Dario Baccin, Roberto Samaden, and Alessandro Antonello.
Inter owners Suning remain committed to continuing their project at the Nerazzurri, and as part of this they hope to establish continuity at the level of key directors.
The aim has been a renewal with the directors until 2025, but for now it is reported that one going to 2024 will initially be agreed on so as to not weigh to heavily on the club’s budget.
Marotta and the rest of the directors have been key to the Nerazzurri’s Scudetto win last campaign as well as for guiding the club through a difficult summer to the point where they are still competing at the top this season.