Former Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta held meetings with Inter and is ready to cross over to the Nerazzurri, claim reports.
According to Tuttosport, Suning Group’s chief representative in Milan Steven Zhang met with Marotta over the past couple of days.
They discussed the plans for Inter to get back to the top of Italian and European football, with Marotta seemingly giving the all-clear.
Marotta was in Turin for eight years and oversaw their transformation to win seven consecutive Serie A titles.
President Andrea Agnelli seemingly cut him from the club, as Marotta confirmed in several interviews that the decision to leave was not made by him.
His mandate will expire on October 25, but today Marotta was not even at the Juventus Stadium for the 3-0 Champions League victory over Young Boys.
Other roles Marotta has been linked with include as a director for the Federation around the Italy squad and working for Manchester United.
Roma and Napoli were also said to be interested in the man recently named Executive of the Year by his peers at the World Football Summit.