Javier Zanetti could be the next president of the club Inter Milan, the Italian press claims.
Argentine would replace the Indonesian Erick Thohir after Suning will give the Chinese company and the remaining shares that it owns the club.
Thohir this summer gave the majority stake of the group in Milan, and understanding requires further Suning to take control of the entire club. According to La Stampa, that moment will occur and change the top management Nerazzurri.
Zanetti was retired until two years ago, after spending 19 seasons at Inter, the team with whom he was five times champion of Italy and won the Champions League in 2010.
After he gave up his career as player, Zanetti became vice president of the Nerazzurri.
In the history of Inter, one former player also served as president of the club. It is about the late Giacinto Facchetti, from whose disappearance were recently turned 10 years.
Javier Zanetti holds the record for matches played for Inter, both in Serie A TIM (615) and in all competitions (858). During his time at the Milanese group (1995-2014) has won no fewer than 16 trophies, most as captain.