Former Inter director Ernesto Paolillo says that Massimo Moratti could sell his shares because ‘he’s used to being on the frontline.’
Former Nerazzurri President Moratti is rumoured to be considering the sale of his 30 per cent stake in the club.
Paolilo, who was part of the club’s backroom staff from 2006 to 2012, believes a sale is likely and also discussed the season ahead for the club.
“Moratti loves Inter, but he’s used to being on the frontline,” Paolillo told Gazzetta.it.
“I think a great leader like him can’t remain in a minor role and therefore he could pass the baton by selling his shares.
“Inter are good enough for the Scudetto, although this season is the most balanced in recent years.
“Roma and Napoli are formidable opponents and keep an eye on Juventus who can bounce back, but I’m convinced that Roberto Mancini’s team can have their say right until the end.
“He has great potential. The French are struggling to adapt to our league. Even a certain Zinedine Zidane struggled in his first year in Italy.
“You have to leave the guy in peace and not load him with excessive pressure.
“Icardi and Jovetic have only played a few games together and must sharpen things up.
“Great players can understand each other on the pitch, and I’m convinced they will be able to do important things. They are certainly compatible and can play together."
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