Beppe Marotta has reportedly agreed to become Inter’s new general manager but must first negotiate his exit from Juventus.
According to Calciomercato.com, an agreement between Marotta and Inter ‘has existed for some time’ and ‘will be formalised once he has terminated his contract with Juve.’
New Nerazzurri President Steven Zhang namedropped the 61-year-old at a Press conference last week, describing him as a ‘great’ man.
Corriere della Serie adds Marotta will meet the Old Lady this week, when he will accept a slight drop in severance pay so he can be appointed by the Beneamata ‘as soon as possible’.
Inter already have a CEO in Alessandro Antonello, but it is assumed he will ‘work alongside’ the former Sampdoria executive.