Veteran executive Beppe Marotta will step down as Inter Milan at the end of the 2026-27 season when his current contract expires.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper notes that the Champions League is one final dream for Marotta.

During the past few years, Marotta has been the man who has headed up Inter’s sporting strategy.

The veteran executive joined Inter in December of 2018. He arrived not long after ending a nearly decade-long stint at Juventus.

Since then, Marotta has shaped Inter’s transfer business and built the team, working alongside Sporting Director Piero Ausilio and Assistant Sporting Director Dario Baccin.

Marotta has always had a reputation for having an eye for a bargain or free transfer.

And that has certainly been on full display at Inter.

Marotta has steered the Nerazzurri to trophies on the pitch even whilst navigating extremely tight financial restrictions off of it.

Inter have signed the likes of Marcus Thuram, Hakan Calhanoglu, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and Andre Onana on free transfers under Marotta’s watch – among others.

Meanwhile, the Nerazzurri have completed massive money sales of the likes of Onana, Romelu Lukaku, and Achraf Hakimi.

Beppe Marotta To Depart From Inter Milan At End Of June 2027

Yesterday Marotta announced his clear intentions regarding when he will end his time at Inter.

The Nerazzurri CEO said that he will only stay to the end of his current contract.

Marotta signed an extension with Inter in the fall. This took him until the end of June 2027.

That means that the former Juventus and Sampdoria executive should be at Inter for another three years.

Marotta will still mastermind a couple more transfer windows.

But then the veteran executive is set to be on his way.

Marotta has already won nine Serie A titles in his career – eight with Juventus, one with Inter.

And, barring an historic late-season collapse, the Nerazzurri should make it ten for the veteran executive.

Meanwhile, Marotta has also taken the Bianconeri to the Champions League final twice, and Inter once.

So the CEO could be eyeing up one more final – this time a winning one after missing out on the last three occasions – to cap off his sterling career in the game.