Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018

Soccer: Zanetti 'senses' Moratti won't sell up to Indonesian


Milan, May 31 - Inter Milan captain Javier Zanetti
said Friday that he sensed Chairman Massimo Moratti would resist
the temptation to sell a controlling stake in the Serie A giants
to an Indonesian businessman.
Media magnate Erick Thohir has reportedly offered 260
million euros for an 80% stake in the club and is said to be
willing to plough in a further 100 million to cover the
three-time European champions' losses from recent years.
"I honestly cannot imagine an Inter without Moratti," said
"I know how important Inter is for Moratti. The sensation
is that he'll keep going with us to remain a lead player. He's
assessing the situation and we are waiting".
Moratti is an oil businessman and the son of the late
Angelo Moratti, who was Inter's chairman during its golden age
from 1955 to 1968.
The younger Moratti took over Inter in 1995. He has spent
hundreds of million of euros on the club since then and seen the
team win five Serie A titles, four Italian Cups, a Champions
League, a Club World Cup and a UEFA Cup.
Last year Inter announced they had reached an agreement for
a major investment with a Chinese investor that would also
involve the construction of a new stadium, but the deal
subsequently fell through.

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