Beppe Marotta tries to put Inter fans’ minds at rest saying ‘the club is solid’ and is confident the Nerazzurri will do their responsibilities when it comes to Christian Eriksen.
Ahead of the clash betweenRoma
which eventually came down to a defeat for Inter,
, Inter CEO, said: “
This is an important match, even if it is still early in the season. What matters is the performance, and of course also the result.”
Inter are looking for new investors, even if it comes to selling the club completely and wages may be paid with delay.
I want to reassure our fans. The club is solid. We are going through a period of financial contraction in all of football, but we are men of sport and these issues can bring us closer together, focusing on the sense of belonging, honouring the jersey, so I am very positive about our future.”
When it comes to helping the situation,
’s agent did so little as he asked for commission fees that were not yet paid from last year.
These are fairly normal approaches in football, but I can assure the club will fulfill its contractual obligations,
” added Marotta.
As for the financial crisis, Inter fans should expect a very quiet transfer window this month.
As we’ve said many times, the fact we cannot make big investments can also allow us to make the most of the current squad. We are carefully evaluating a total confirmation of this group.”