Massimo Moratti has ruled out ever returning as President at Inter, but suggests his son may one day take on the role.
Moratti served in the role for 18 years before Erick Thohir’s takeover last November and does not see why he would return to the position again.
“To return now as President would be crazy, but perhaps one day my son might do it, I do not rule that out,” the 68-year-old commented today on Telelombardia.
Moratti is honorary President and remains a minority shareholder in the Nerazzurri whilst his son Angelomario is listed as Vice-President.
“Taking on Inter to me was like running away with a blonde. Now I am glad to be in the club as a partner. It’s a matter of the heart and I have to thank Thohir.”
Moratti was asked about Milan’s difficulties this season also.
“I will not go into the merits of the crisis of Milan, as I am not aware of them.
“It may be that they have internal problems at the club. Certainly, they are trying to solve it.
“And Milan up for sale too? It may be that they have the desire to sell, knowing also that in the future there is always the possibility of a return…”
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