Beppe Marotta left the league leaders Juventus to take the same position at Inter in 2018 and insisted he’s “proud to represent” the Nerazzurri as they aim for the Scudetto.

The Milan club has pushed the Bianconeri so far this campaign, but lately the latter have pulled four points clear of Antonio Conte’s men.

Marotta decided to terminate his contract as Juventus CEO in October 2018 and one and half month later he became the CEO for sport at the Giuseppe Meazza.

Beppe Marotta left the league leaders Juventus to take the same position at Inter in 2018 and insisted he’s “proud to represent” the Nerazzurri as they aim for the Scudetto.

The Milan club has pushed the Bianconeri so far this campaign, but lately the latter have pulled four points clear of Antonio Conte’s men.

Marotta decided to terminate his contract as Juventus CEO in October 2018 and one and half month later he became the CEO for sport at the Giuseppe Meazza.

“I’m proud to represent Inter, which are one of three present who have never been relegated,” Marotta told Sky Sport Italia. “This must drive us for the future. We must aim higher.”

The director believes that Inter “must believe” it’s possible to tip Juventus down from the throne of Italian football.

“We must believe that it’s possible, we are not here to make up the numbers,” he added. “Of course, there are some fierce opponents, but there are still 18 games left and many points available.

“We will try our best”.

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