Massimo Moratti hasn’t “decided yet” whether he’ll remain as President of Inter, but is in the stands against Livorno tonight.
The patron has agreed to sell 70 per cent of his shares to Indonesian investor Erick Thohir and the deal should be completed on November 15.
“Is this my last home game as majority shareholders? How many times have you asked me that?” Moratti told Sky Sport Italia as he arrived at San Siro.
“There are no particular emotions, especially as I’ll continue coming to the games. It will be a pleasure to watch this match and it is important to get the three points, especially as Napoli and Juventus face each other tomorrow.
“The Presidency? I haven’t decided yet.”
Moratti was also asked about Rafa Benitez, who this week again claimed his time at Inter was a flop because the club didn’t keep its promise to sign new players.
“He can say that, seeing as we bought more players after Leonardo arrived. It’s a shame, though, we just didn’t connect.
“I saw Milan’s game and was struck by Adriano Galliani’s sadness. He was really suffering in the stands and it was a pity to see the situation they are in. I wish them all the best.”
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