Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta has expressed full confidence regarding some important contract situations at Inter Milan.

Marotta spoke to Italian broadcaster RAI Sport, via FCInterNews, after the Nerazzurri’s Serie A draw against Napoli, via FCInterNews. He also addressed the future of Suning and Oaktree Capital.

As Inter go into the international break, there are important matters for the club to deal with both on and off the pitch.

And in the latter case, the most important matter could be some key contract extensions.

Reports suggest that Inter are keen to extend the contracts of both captain Lautaro Martinez and midfielder Niclolo Barella.

Meanwhile, tying down coach Simone Inzaghi on a new long-term deal is also a priority. They are well aware of the interest of clubs like Manchester United and Chelsea.

Marotta: “No Problems” With Inter Contract Situations

As far as the contract extension situations at the club, Marotta said that “These issues concern you journalists more than us.”

“There are no problems when everyone is in agreement about continuing together,” he went on.

“That’s the case with Lautaro. And it will certainly also be the case with Inzaghi.”

“Because this Inter has grown, and now he’s a coach who enjoys great respect.”

“He was nominated for the award of best coach in the world,” Marotta noted. “And coaches Inter, which is a top club.”

“We’d like to continue together with him,” the CEO said of the Nerazzurri coach. “He’s under contract until 2025, and the conditions are all there for him to stay.”

As far as the question of Suning extending the deadline for a loan from Oaktree Capital, Marotta said that “That’s a question pertaining to the owners.”

“I won’t go into the merits,” he went on.

“The owners are always present with us. And we don’t have any problems.”

“We manage the club calmly, and we’re planning for the future.”

Marotta made clear that “I’m sure that the President will address the issue as soon as possible.”