New Inter Owners Promise Stability, No Sudden Changes

With an upcoming meeting looming, Inter will restart from the same three key figures under the Oaktree ownership, CEOs Giuseppe Marotta and Alessandro Antonello and coach Simone Inzaghi, La Gazzetta dello Sport informed.

The boss’ renewal was agreed upon a while back. However, the corporate saga took center stage and delayed the finalization of every agreement. The manager will put pen to paper on his new deal soon enough. He’ll make €6.5M wages plus add-ons until 2027.

Oaktree will bolster the Inter board with two managers, Alejandro Cano and Katherine Ralph. They have been tending to club-related matters since Steven Zhang was granted a massive loan in 2021.

The American fund issued a statement about their intentions, promising to stay the course and eye more success.

According to the publication, Oaktree will urge Inter to continue improving the finances and keep the payroll in check. However, the extension with the coach, Nicolò Barella, and especially Lautaro Martinez, were already factored into their considerations.

Our Take on Inter and Oaktree

Surely the new owners can’t go scorched-earth on a team that has been functioning pretty well and just win. An early honeymoon phase is only natural. Time will tell once in the next couple of years whether they’ll allow the execs to operate as they have been doing, breaking even transfer market-wise each summer, or if they’ll want to reduce their debts and wages bill to be more sustainable.

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