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Inter Wins Serie A And The Grand Creation of Master Transfer Marotta

Beppe Marotta’s great work has given Inter the scudetto. Inter Milan CEO, Giuseppe Marotta took out his cellphone and captured the moments of the 33rd weekend of the 2023-2024 Italian League which featured a hot match entitled the Derby della Madonnina. Yes, the duel between two city teams, AC Milan vs Inter Milan, will be held on Monday (22/4/2024) local time. This Derby della Madonnina also presents a rare opportunity for Inter Milan, namely celebrating its 20th Scudetto or achieving its second star right in front of neighbors AC Milan.

Marotta said celebrating the Scudetto with a win over Milan would add to the enjoyment of Inter’s success. Inter Milan really felt this pleasure, who won 2-1 over AC Milan in Week 33 of the Italian League thanks to goals from Francesco Acerbi (16′) and Marcus Thuram (49′). AC Milan, who ended the match with nine men because Theo Hernandez and Davide Calabria received red cards, had to be willing to watch their neighbors’ party.

Milan, who tried everything to delay Inter’s party, could only steal one goal via Fikayo Tomori’s header (80″). “Today I want to enjoy this scudetto. We have worked very hard since pre-season in Japan. We replaced 12 players, we made history. The party won’t end tonight!” said Inter captain Lautaro Martinez after the match against Milan.

Lautaro’s words illustrate how Inter can remain competitive and make history despite changing faces. Yes, in the summer of 2023, not long after reaching the final Champions League 2022-2023, Inter Milan had to let go of a number of key pillars, selling their mainstay goalkeeper, Andre Onana, to Man United for a transfer fee of up to 50 million euros.

Not only Onana, Inter also lost Edin Dzeko, Marcelo Brozovic, Milan Skriniar and Robin Gosens. A number of names who often act as backup models such as Joaquin Correa, Danilo D’Ambrosio and Roberto Gagliardini also left the Giuseppe Meazza.

However, the work of the CEO and transfer master, Giuseppe “Beppe” Marotta, keeps Inter competitive. Beppe Marotta made a number of smart transfers in the summer of 2023. In fact, quite a few people said that the Nerazzurri had actually won the Scudetto in the middle of last year, when the summer transfer window closed.

Masterpiece Marotta

Inter Milan got Marcus Thuram for free. This transfer confirms Marotta’s status as the “Bosman King” due to his ability to bring in players for free. While still working for Juventus, Marotta once recruited big names such as Andrea Pirlo, Sami Khedira, Paul Pogba and Patrice Evra without spending a penny. In fact, Pogba was sold again to Man United for a record transfer of 110 million euros!

Returning to Thuram’s transfer, Marotta also ensured that Inter won the competition with AC Milan. As is known, Thuram is a dream target for Milan who have the ambition to find a suitable replacement for Olivier Giroud. Until now, Milan has not succeeded in finding a successor to Giroud, who is 37 years old.

On the other hand, Inter Milan enjoyed the goals of Marcus Thuram, who this season has always scored in two Derby della Madonnina matches. Apart from being unable to compete in the pursuit of Thuram, AC Milan also had to see a player who had been on their radar, Davide Frattesi, join Inter Milan.

Frattesi did not immediately become a core player in Simone Inzaghi’s Inter Milan squad. However, he was instrumental in creating crucial goals during injury time in the matches against Verona (2-1) and Udinese (2-1).

Another smart transfer from Marotta was bringing in Yann Sommer to fill the hole left by Onana. With Inter this season, Sommer performed well and kept 17 clean sheets. Marotta’s other recruits such as Benjamin Pavard, Alexis Sanchez and Marko Arnautovic have also proven to be able to contribute even though they are not always the main players.

Fate seemed to have outlined Marotta for success with Inter. The man from Varese started making a name for himself in 1998-1999 when he was still working in Venice. At that time, Marotta seemed to have performed a miracle by persuading Inter Milan star, Alvaro Recoba, to defend Venezia in the second half of the 1998-1999 season. Recoba also had one of his best seasons in Serie A. In the second half of Serie A 1998-1999, the man known as El Chino scored 11 goals and ensured Venezia’s survival in the highest caste of Italian football.

After Venice, Sampdoria experienced for themselves the great work of Marotta who succeeded in bringing in Antonio Cassano from Real Madrid. Good work at Sampdoria became Marotta’s ticket to Juventus, where he felt the pleasure of winning seven scudettos.

Marotta’s golden touch was also what broke Juventus’ dominance in Serie A. He moved to Inter in 2018 and contributed greatly to the team’s 19th Scudetto achievement in 2020-2021. At that time, Marotta saw that his decision to appoint his old partner at Juventus, Antonio Conte, to fill the post of Inter coach, had resulted in success.

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