There are three major candidates to replace Steven Zhang as Inter Milan President in tomorrow’s shareholders meeting.

Today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, name Gerardo Braggiotti, Carlo Marchetti, and Beppe Marotta as possible new Presidents for the Nerazzurri.

Tomorrow, Inter will hold a shareholders meeting which will be decisive for the future of the club.

Tomorrow’s meeting will see new Nerazzurri owners Oaktree put their own structure in place for the running of the club.

Oaktree have already been Inter owners for a couple weeks now. They were able to repossess the shares in the club of former owners Suning last month.

However, the US fund have yet to really begin the business of running Inter.

That will change tomorrow. Oaktree will elect a new board of directors in tomorrow’s meeting – reports indicate that it will be streamlined compared to the board under Suning.

And there will also be the matter of choosing a new club President.

Barggiotti, Marchetti & Marotta Three Candidates To Replace Zhang As Inter President

Steven Zhang has been Inter President since 2018.

However, with the departure of Suning, Zhang will no longer have a role in the Nerazzurri.

It is still not yet certain who will replace the 32-year-old. But the Corriere anticipate that there are three main candidates to do so.

One is Carlo Marchetti. Marchetti has been a member of the Inter board since 2021.

Marchetti has been representing Oaktree on the board of directors since the fund made Suning a loan in that spring. And the Corriere confirm that he could take on an even more prominent role in the club.

Meanwhile, the newspaper name Braggiotti as a candidate for the role of Inter President.

The 72-year-old was the President of Banco Leonardo. He is also an advisor to Goldman Sachs in Italy.

Lastly, the Corriere note, Inter CEO Beppe Marotta could also take on the role of the President of the club.