Italian media detail Inter president Steven Zhang’s agenda in Milan
Inter president Steven Zhang is in Milan, where he will have a busy schedule, including meeting players and staff, discussing transfers and renewals, attending matches and reviewing the club’s finances.
This according to today’s print edition of the Milanese newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, which details the president’s itinerary in Italy.
Zhang arrived from the United States yesterday and will not be spending time in isolation but will return to his schedule immediately.
Today the president is due to make an appearance at the club’s training ground where he will meet the players and coaching staff and congratulate them on their work so far this season.
Zhang is expected to be at San Siro tomorrow for the Nerazzurri’s Serie A clash with Lazio, while he will also be present for their Supercoppa Italiana game against Juventus on Wednesday.
Zhang will discuss the club’s finances with executives in light of the expected refinancing of the bond to 400 million euros by the end of the month.
During this time, he will also meet with directors on the signing plan both during the January transfer window and in the summer, and will work to close contract renewals, particularly that of Marcelo Brozovic.
Zhang will be in Milan for a few days, but while he is there he intends to work a lot with the club.