Inter Put Renewal Deals on Hold over UCL Uncertainty

Inter have been tending to multiple negotiations to extend the contracts of some cornerstones in recent weeks, some of which are close to their conclusions. However, the uncertainty about their final position is slowing down the proceedings. If they missed out on Champions League, Zhang would demand to lower the payroll.
Barcelona took advantage of Inter’s visit to Porto midweek in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 tie to hold a transfer market summit.

Inter Officials Elated After Porto Game, Wish for Derby

Inter president Steven Zhang was pleased with the team qualifying to the Champions League’s Round of Eight, where he wouldn’t mind facing Milan: “It’s a big emotion for everybody. Every season, we start with the desire to go deep in every competition. This result repays our work in the last few years."
Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta once again addressed Milan Skriniar’s renewal, dismissing the reports indicating that the club aimed to strike the deal quickly.

Marotta Provides Another Skriniar Update, Talks Lukaku

Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta once again addressed Milan Skriniar’s renewal, dismissing the recent reports indicating that the club aimed to get a definitive answer soon: “There’s no deadline whatsoever. These dynamics are frequent in every club, and I would like to avoid keep talking about meetings."
Amid the ongoing investigations, Juventus will likely continue to clean house at the management level at the end of the season.

Juventus Weighing Larger Overhaul of Their Front Office

Amid the ongoing investigations, Juventus will likely continue to clean house at the management level at the end of the season. Sporting director Federico Cherubini might get the ax as well, even though he’s one of the few execs that don’t risk being sent to trial.
Juventus will furhter change their management in the summer, and Exor president John Elkann will try to bring back Giuseppe Marotta.

Juventus to Attempt Orchestrating Reunion with Marotta

Juventus will finish the season with their current management, but further changes are expected to come in the summer, and Exor president John Elkann will try to bring back Giuseppe Marotta. The Bianconeri named Gianluca Ferrero the president and Maurizio Scanavino the general manager after Andrea Agnelli stepped down.