A report in the Italian press reveals the main highlights of the Oaktree project after assuming control of Inter Milan.

The American fund took over the club replacing departing owners who failed to repay their debt on its due date.

Following the default, Oaktree officials moved swiftly, and they’re currently laying the foundation for a medium-to-long-term project, explains La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews.

The Californian company’s project will emphasize the importance of sporting competitiveness. Oaktree realizes that positive sporting results are paramount for protecting their interests.

Therefore, Inter CEO Beppe Marotta could have even larger authority at the club. The new owners reportedly appreciate his work at the club.

Sporting director Piero Ausilio and head coach Simone Inzaghi have also received reassurances regarding their futures at the club.

Hence, the source doesn’t expect the new owners to request major sales this summer, On the contrary, they will seek a balanced transfer market while relying on other revenue streams to increase the club’s profits.

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The source expects the Nerazzurri to register improved figures on the balance sheet thanks to a commercial boom.

The club’s status has boosed over the past few years on the back of European and domestic exploits. This translated to bigger exposure and more lucrative commercial deals.

Yet, Oaktree have also noticed unexploited potential when it comes to marketing. The company will be looking to rectify the situation.

This includes boosting the club’s popularity on the American continent.

Moreover, the American group will be adamant about building a new stadium, considering it a fundamental step to further improve the club’s image.