New Inter president Erick Thohir has revealed some of his plans for the club and admitted that there’s still some work to be done to reach his goals.
The 43-year-old bought a 70 per cent stake in the club last month from former chief Massimo Moratti, who’s now been named honorary president of the club, and intends on restoring the Nerazzurri back into the top Serie A side they once were.
Thohir spoke to reporters after leaving a meeting at the Inter headquarters on Monday and conceded that he wants to live up to the promises he made to the Moratti family.
“I’ve had meetings all day to figure out the club’s business and what we need to do in the future, as I promised to the Moratti family,” said the Indonesian businessman, as reported by FcInterNews.it.
“I want a winning Inter, one that’s beautiful to watch and above all healthy. It was nice to meet everyone and hear their visions for Inter.
“I hope there might be a new direction for business in the future, but at the same time we must focus on the present and the work we have to do now.”