Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti is confident the club is in good hands with Erick Thohir.
The 68-year-old Moratti, who has kept a 30 per cent stake of the club, is convinced Inter have a good future ahead under Thohir.
"It's true that the new owners have not experienced 50 years of Inter's history," Moratti said.
"But when you become president, you become a fan very fast.
"The only possible difficulty for them is that they are far away and hence, they are prudent.
"Thohir is a nice, simple and happy person. He is ambitious and hardworking. He has group behind him that can give a lot.
"It was difficult to find an Italian partner because no-one came up with an offer.
"By selling the club to foreigners we will increase the number of Inter fans."
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