Massimo Moratti admitted he “expected worse” abuse from Inter fans and assured “we’re aiming to win the Scudetto.”
The President spoke at an event to celebrate the Curva Nord, who throughout the campaign had a series of banners protesting against the situation.
“I wanted to be here in order to thank everyone for the way you supported the team in a difficult time,” said Moratti.
“The protests from the Curva were intelligent. Perhaps in your place I’d have written worse things on the banners or jeered myself! You behaved in a special way, worthy of Inter.
“Our objective for next season is the best. We begin the campaign aiming to win the Scudetto.”
Moratti then spoke with journalists at the event and commented on the latest transfer rumours, including those around Tottenham and Anzhi’s interest in Fredy Guarin.
“Fans can expect a strong transfer session, even if we already have a good squad that has to show its talents better than last year. We will cover the gaps in the side and bring in what we need to do better.
“Will there be a major sale to raise funds? We’ll see, though for now we haven’t had to deal with this type of situation.
“Guarin? Well he is very talented and has many admirers... We’ll see.”
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