A report in the Italian press takes a closer look at the background of Alejandro Cano, the Oaktree official who could oversee Inter Milan.

The American investment company acquired the club as Suning failed to repay their debt by Monday’s deadline.

Therefore, Cano landed in Milan earlier this week alongside fellow Oaktree official Katherine Ralph.

The duo held a summit with the club’s two CEOs Beppe Marotta and Alessandro Antonello.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews, Cano will have a major role to play in the club’s operations.

The Spaniard will reportedly oversee Inter’s activities, as Oaktree would like to make themselves directly involved with the club’s business.

The American company thus picked Cano as their main delegate. He currently acts as Oaktree’s Head of Global Strategies.

The Catalan was born in 1980 and showed great enthusiasm during the first meeting with the club’s officials, even though his company lacks the experience of running major football clubs.

Cano is also fluent in Italian which facilitated the communication between the two parties. The source claims he’s passionate about Italian culture.

Revealing The Background Of Alejandro Cano Who Will Oversee Inter Milan On Behalf Of Oaktree

He will also have a summit with head coach Simone Inzaghi in the coming days to discuss the sporting project.

The Oaktree official studied engineering in Barcelona, ​​Cano served as an investment expert at Hellman & Friedman in the past. He was also an associate in the Investment Banking TMT team of Goldman Sachs.

Cano then had an experience at McKinsey & Company before joining Oaktree in 2012.

The American company will be looking to protect its interests in the club before eventually selling it to a new owner.