In a few days Beppe Marotta will officially be a new Inter executive. Yesterday he enjoyed the Derby d’Italia from his base in Milan, and he will do the same on Tuesday when San Siro plays host for the Nerazzurri’s decisive Champions League match against PSV.
The arrival of the architect of the Bianconeri’s triumphs marks a new era in the relationship between the two teams and, more generally, between two football universes that have always been polar opposites.
The first signs of the process getting underway arrived when Andrea Agnelli sponsored the nomination of Massimo Moratti to the role of federal president, and this has been realised with an operation that will not create emotional traumas among the fans of the two clubs.
Marotta has previously made it clear with Paratici – a friend and trustworthy right-hand man since their days at Sampdoria – that it will not be his intention to scare Juventus by trying to poach any of their players, unless they were put on the market.
A gentlemen’s agreement that will not be the same on the transfer market, as proven by Inter’s attempts to sign Federico Chiesa thanks to the excellent relations between Marotta and Corvino, and Paratici’s intention to close for Sandro Tonali, where the president of Brescia wants to do an important deal with the Bianconeri.
These are the first fireworks of a summer that will surely have its fair share of transfer intrigue.
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