After revealing his desire to embark on a career in sports politics, the future of Beppe Marotta at Inter Milan could be uncertain.

On Thursday, the Nerazzurri CEO attended the presentation of Fabrizio Biasin’s new book “I hate football”.

The 66-year-old appeared as a guest on stage and discussed several matters. He also insisted that Inter will certainly be the last club he works for.

However, the former Sampdoria and Juventus general director isn’t planning on leaving the sport just yet. Instead, he revealed his ambition to embark on a career in sports politics.

So according to Tuttosport via FcInterNews, this desire could prompt an early exit from Inter.

The Turin-based newspaper suggests that Marotta could be contemplating the role of the FIGC president.

Although the Inter CEO has a contract with the club that runs until 2025, the source believes that a premature termination could be possible.

Beppe Marotta Could Leave Inter Milan In 2024 To Pursue A Career In Sports Politics

The report suggests that Marotta’s future could be intertwined with Suning’s. The Nerazzurri’s Chinese owners are now facing a challenging task as they must either repay or refinance the Oaktree loan before its deadline (20th of May 2024).

Some believe that Suning could seek an escape rope and sell the club to new investors.

Thus, the possible departure of the Chinese owners could also spark the exit of the Italian executive.

Marotta joined Inter in December 2018, only a couple of months after ending his eight-year collaboration with their arch-rivals Juventus.