Inter Milan Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello has reportedly rebuffed interest from the Saudi Pro League.

The 57-year-old has been at the club since 2017, overseeing the financial department, while fellow Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta takes care of the sporting aspect.

In recent hours, rumors have been linking the Nerazzurri official with a switch to one of the Saudi Pro League clubs.

The Arabic league has emerged onto the scene this year, splashing astronomical amounts of cash on some of the biggest stars in the sport.

The likes Karim Benzema, Neymar, Fabinho and Kalidou Koulibaly have traded European football with Saudi riches during the summer of 2023.

The same goes for former Inter Milan stalwart Marcelo Brozovic. The Croatian ended up sealing a transfer to Al-Nassr.

Inter Milan Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello Has Rejected A Move To The Saudi Pro League In Favor Of Nerazzurri Stay

So in addition to top-notch players, it seems that the Saudi League is also trying to attract foreign directors.

For instance, former Roma chairman Guido Fienga has joined Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr.

But according to Tuttosport via FcInterNews, Antonello isn’t keen on making a move to the Middle East.

As the source explains, the Italian would like to maintain his role at Inter. He has no intention of moving elsewhere.