Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta is already focused on trying to win another Serie A title after the Nerazzurri clinched this season’s.

The executive spoke to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCInterNews. He also gave his thoughts on the upcoming summer transfer window.

This season was a big one in Inter’s history.

The Nerazzurri made it twenty Serie A titles by clinching the Scudetto. And they did so in emphatic fashion, dominating in the league for the entire campaign and winning the title with five matches.

Inter only clinched the title last week. They did so with a derby win over city rivals AC Milan.

Therefore, the focus is still very much on the present, as the team celebrate what they’ve accomplished.

But there will already be a new season just around the corner.

And Inter will undoubtedly head into next campaign as the favourites to win the title. Not just for the fact that they won this season’s title, but because of the manner in which they did so.

Inter CEO Marotta: “Already Thinking About Number 21”

For Nerazzurri CEO Marotta, though, there is hardly time to get complacent.

The veteran executive is the man who masterminds Inter’s strategy off the pitch. So he can’t be satisfied with what the team have done – he’s hungry for more.

“In my mind, I’m already thinking about number 21,” said Marotta. “The next Scudetto for Inter.”

“And then there are numerous other goals for next season.”

“The Champions League, the Coppa Italia.”

“And above all, there is also the extraordinary event that is the Club World Cup,” the CEO noted.

“There are a lot of objectives, but I always feel that I should put the title first of all,” Marotta suggested. “Because winning here in Italy is always tough.

Then, Marotta gave his thoughts on how Inter have to approach this summer transfer window. “It’s all about trusting the people I work with, Ausilio and Baccin,” he said.

“They’re very good at exploring every opportunity, finding ways to bring top players to the club.”

“Then together we’ll make decisions, as we’ve done throughout the last few years.”

“We’ll have courage, and accept that some top players will choose other clubs,” Marotta noted.

“And our policy also has to take into account the goal of financial stability,” the executive added. “That is now the case for all Italian teams.”

“The players that we have had available have been turned into a squad by Inzaghi, and he’s also played a huge role.”