Beppe Marotta, the Inter CEO, insisted that he is ‘very optimistic about the future’ and revealed that he is planning to sign an extension at the Nerazzurri.
Following Antonio Conte’s departure fromInter
a few weeks after delivering the Serie A title in the 2020-21 season, many things will change at the Giuseppe Meazza.
Simone Inzaghi has been appointed as the club manager from Lazio and patron Steven Zhang plans to cut costs after the financial difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
However, there have been reports about Nerazzurri CEO
and Piero Ausilio, the sporting director, and Marotta has insisted that he is ‘happy’ to remain put at the club. The 64-year-old was appointed in 2018.
I’m very optimistic about the future of Inter,”
“I’m happy to stay and extend my contract with Inter.”