Marotta unhappy with past work of Ausilio, considering a young director (talent scout Riccardo Pecini) to replace him this summer
According to Indiscreto.info, there could be a major shakeup in management in the coming months. It is being reported that Giuseppe Marotta is not happy with how things are going when it comes to the sporting project of the club. Looking back to last summer, seven large contracts were signed and only two of which can be considered positive (Politano, De Vrij). Meaning: the fans should not be surprised if in the next few months, Inter find themselves without Ausilio and Gardini, the position of Zanetti should also be adjusted.
In this case, Lele Oriali is the number one candidate to return to the Nerazzurri as some sort of manager to stay close to the team. He is a friend with both Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho. However, at 67 years old, perhaps it is best for Oriali to stay at a good environment like the Italian national team where he can work quietly up to the World Cup in 2022.
Certainly, a relatively young executive will arrive, one that will not compromise the “system.” The ideal identikit is that of Riccardo Pecini who has been a general director at Empoli after an interesting career that is largely centered around scouting at Fiorentina, Tottenham, Sampdoria (where he brought Skriniar, Schick and Icardi), Milan and Monaco.