Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta made a brief positive comment after exiting a meeting that discussed Serie A reforms.
The summit included the president of the Italian football federation Gabriele Gravina as well as the representatives of Serie A clubs.
As usual, Marotta attended the meeting on Inter’s behalf. While leaving the FIGC headquarters, the 66-year-old summarized the talks with a few words.
“It was a constructive meeting,” said the Nerazzurri CEO via FcInter1908.
As the source explains, the summit lasted for about three hours.
For his part, Bologna CEO Claudio Fenucci was more talkative, revealing additional details regarding the topic of the discussions.
Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta Reveals Positive Serie A Reform Talks Following Meeting With Gravina
The Rossoblu director told the press that the meeting didn’t only discuss reforms that will impact Serie A, but rather the entirety of Italian football.
“Yes, there was talk of reform of the Serie A league but it wasn’t only that,” explained Fenucci.
“We also discussed reforms that concern professional football in general.
“It was a very productive meeting and the talks will continue over the next few days.
“The next Serie A meeting with Gravina will ensue on the 26th of January,” revealed the Bologna CEO.
Some reports claim that the federation and the Lega Serie A are reflecting on whether or not to reduce the number of participants from 20 to 18 clubs.