Marotta: “We will raise the bar at Inter, I could stay beyond 2027′


Inter CEO Beppe Marotta admits that he may remain with the club beyond 2027, despite previously suggesting he would leave the club when his contract ends. The Nerazzurri boss was speaking at a gala dinner at the Castello Sforzesco in Milan, and touched on a number of subjects related to the club:

“What will we do to keep winning? It’s hard to stay on top, but we are already thinking of new strategies. We will raise the bar, but we are not afraid because we are Inter,” as reported by SportMediaset.

Marotta also hinted at his future beyond his current contract, which expires in 2027: “I’ll be 70 years old, but if things continue like this, it will be hard to stop. It’s a great family; it’s hard not to continue,” he said.

Simone Inzaghi, Inter’s head coach, also spoke at the event, emphasizing the team’s collective effort: “The secret to everything we’ve achieved is the players. A key moment this season? I think of Lecce-Inter. Juventus was still close, and it was a crucial victory.”

Paolo Bonolis, the event’s host, introduced a celebratory video for the season and led an applause for President Steven Zhang: “Outside, there are tears from the Rossoneri fans…” Javier Zanetti, Inter’s vice president, also spoke: “There is still a long way to go together and much to win. These players have a strong sense of belonging. Everyone has contributed, which is why we have won.”

Inter’s CEO, Alessandro Antonello, highlighted the global impact of the club’s recent choreography: “The image of yesterday’s choreography was seen worldwide. We have shown what other clubs are not capable of doing.”


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