Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is one of five people who have been tasked with helping to find an agreement between the clubs and the FIGC on the liquidity index rules, according to a report in the Italian print media today.
As has been reported today by La Gazzetta dello Sport, no agreement was found yesterday in a meeting on this topic. the new President of Serie A, Lorenzo Casini, has appointed a commission of five members to continue the discussions with the Italian Football Federation (FIGC).
That group will include Inter CEO Beppe Marotta as well as Lazio’s Claudio Lotito and three other representatives with expertise on the topic.
They will have the task of updating the other clubs on a rule that for many is very concerning but for the FIGC is fundamental to securing the sustainability of Italian football.
The liquidity index is a way of testing a team’s financial stability to ensure they can compete over a season and not go out of business.