Moratti: Steps forward regarding Inter sale
Initial reports indicated that the two sides had reached an agreement on Thursday, but Moratti denied those reports stating that a bit more time is needed before the club is officially sold.
“We have yet to reach an agreement,” he told reporters after returning to Italy.
“It was an occasion to get to know each other better and to understand the people that could join Thohir in an eventual agreement. They are all Indonesian investors but there aren’t any major problems to resolve.
“What is missing? The only thing left to decide is to understand when is the right time and if it is convenient. It is not a question of roles as that would be the last thing to create problems.
“Steps forward? Especially on a personal level, I appreciated the character of the people and I appreciated this.
“Will I remain with Inter? My family will surely stay. This is more of a question of restructuring the club to deal with the modern demands of football. Just look at the fact there are transfers worth €100 million going through to understand what we need to keep Inter at that level.
“Another thirty days or so are needed. A deal could arrive but I also said that three months ago. Will I be president? I am not thinking about that right now.”
Follow Adriano Boin on Twitter: @Boin44