Published On: Sat, Jul 6th, 2013

Moratti close to selling 75% of Inter to Indonesian investor

Moratti owner is reportedly close to finalizing an agreement with that will see him sell 75% of the club to the Indonesian businessman.

Reports indicate that legal representatives from both sides are carefully looking over the details of the sale as all indications suggest an agreement has been reached.

Tuttosport are reporting that the sale will see Jason Levien, who co-owns MLS side DC United with Thohir, become part of the Inter board of directors.

The newspaper suggests that the presence of former Nerazzurri star Youri Djorkaeff, who has knowledge of the game in America, in Milan in recent days is a sign that he could also become part of the club’s management once the sale goes through.

Moratti has stated in recent weeks that while negotiations were on-going, he was not interested in selling the majority share of the club.

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Adriano Boin

- A passionate F.C. Internazionale supporter since the young age of 10, my love for the club came about on a family trip to Italy after their signing of Roberto Baggio. Much to the dismay of my father (a Milan fan) my love for the club only grew stronger and has taken me on trips to Genova and Boston to see my club in action. The greatest of these journeys was being blessed by incredible luck (to which this day I still cannot comprehend) which allowed me to travel to Madrid, see the 2010 Champions League Final in the flesh and experience a week-long trip that will probably never be surpassed. Feel free to add me on Twitter to talk about Inter, Italy or calcio in general @Boin44



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