Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has spoken about contract renewals at the club, confirming that Marcelo Brozovic’s renewal will take longer than that of other players.
Marotta spoke to Corriere dello Sport today and spoke about a host of issues involving Inter and Italian football. When asked about renewals of the likes of Nicolo Barella, Brozovic and Lautaro Martinez, the CEO stated: “For Barella and Lautaro, we are moving towards an agreement and an extension of the contract: we are close. Brozovic, on the other hand, is about to expire. It will take a little longer, but I have confidence.”
Marotta also spoke about the idea of a World Cup to take place every two years and made it clear that he is against the plan: “I am against it. It means limiting the activities of the clubs and increasing the wear and tear and the risk of injury to the players.”
He also talked about what Inter will do if offers arrive for their best players. He said: “The player’s will is decisive. As a manager, I’m not concerned with selling, but with buying well. No club in Italy can guarantee a great salary to a player.”