Marotta Talks Zielinski, Lautaro, and His Juventus Exit

Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta opened up about several topics in an interview with DAZN following the successful Derby d’Italia. For starters, he was quizzed about Mehdi Taremi and Piotr Zielinski (via SportMediaset).

“What matters is to represent a team that returned at its treble levels. The players long to come here. I’ve spoken with Aurelio De Laurentiis and informed Napoli that we inquired about the Pole. Piero Ausilio is taking care of that, and, if things go well, we’ll sign him.”

Marotta dished on Lautaro Martinez’s extension.

“There’s no angst because we don’t have anybody whose deal runs out soon. We want to cement the relationships with those who show attachment to the jersey. Nicolò Barella has also been mentioned. We analyze each position and have guarantees about everybody.”

Marotta discussed his future.

“As you know, I prolonged my deal till 2027, when I’ll be 70. I love football and sports and want to create a new life and mission. I’d like to tend to them on a political level.”

Marotta looked back at this departure from Juventus.

“I spent ten nice years there. Then, if the ownership has a different strategy, the manager takes a step back. I did it smiling because I’ve given them as much as I received. They wanted to go younger, and it was fair. I didn’t completely agree with the Cristiano Ronaldo deal because of its economic magnitude. But it wasn’t why we parted ways. It was physiological and the end of a cycle.”

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