Beppe Marotta will not take on any additional duties or compensation in his new role as Inter Milan President.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper anticipate that in substance, the 67-year-old’s day-to-day work will remain as the CEO of Sport.

Yesterday, Inter confirmed that Marotta will be the new club President.

The veteran former Juventus and Sampdoria executive takes the place of Steven Zhang in the role.

Marotta’s appointment as club President sends a big message from new Inter owners Oaktree Capital.

The US-based fund have made clear that they are ready to build around the 67-year-old’s vision.

Marotta has already been the architect of Inter’s transfer strategy for more than half a decade. He joined from Juventus in 2018.

No Additional Duties Or Compensation For Beppe Marotta As Inter Milan President

Marotta recently extended his contract as Inter CEO. His deal runs until the end of June 2027.

The fact that the 67-year-old is now also club President may raise one or two questions about precisely what changes there will be to his role, or his status within the club.

But according to La Repubblica, the answer is: not many.

Marotta will maintain his office. He will not take over the office of outgoing President Zhang.

And the veteran executive’s day-to-day work will remain what it was.

Marotta will continue to work closely with Inter Sporting Director Piero Ausilio and Assistant Sporting Director Dario Baccin.

The new President will focus on the sporting side of things. Meanwhile, Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello will mastermind matters off the pitch.

Appointing Marotta as President is as much a symbolic move as anything by new Nerazzurri owners Oaktree.

The new President has already had a very public-facing role at the club. And he has had an enormous amount of influence since joining.

And the title of President is meant to really enshrine both of these two facts.