Beppe Marotta is already working to lay the groundwork for the future at Inter Milan as a change of ownership could be on the horizon.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

A lot about Inter’s future looks up in the air at the moment.

There is the question of who will own the club in a few weeks’ time.

Reports suggest that current Nerazzurri owners Suning are working to find a solution to stay in charge. But the deadline of their loan from Oaktree Capital is now less than two months away.

So if Suning don’t sort it out very fast, they could default on the loan.

And this would see the Chinese company’s shares in Inter pass into the hands of Oaktree.

The US-based fund would then have a decision to make. Oaktree could aim to sell the club quickly, but at the moment there are no prospective buyers close to the advanced stage of due dilligence.

Beppe Marotta Sorting Out Inter Milan Future As Ownership Uncertainty Looms

As if the situation at the ownership level was not creating enough uncertainty for Inter, the club’s CEO has also announced his intention to leave in the foreseeable future.

Nerazzurri CEO Marotta is under contract with the club until the end of June 2027.

But the executive has stated that his plan is to leave Inter once that contract runs out.

Marotta has been the man who has masterminded Inter’s transfer strategy for the past five years.

And the former Juventus and Sampdoria executive should continue to do so for a couple more transfer windows.

But there is an end in sight. Inter could be in for a phase of transition on and off the pitch on multiple fronts.

But Marotta isn’t out the door yet.

And the 66-year-old recognizes that, with so much uncertainty hanging like a dark cloud, he must guide the club with a strong hand.

Therefore, Marotta is already thinking about summer transfer business with an eye to the future.