Juve CEO Marotta challenges Real and Man City bosses for the Best Executive title
- Bianconeri chief can win the Best Executive title in the World Football Summit Industry Awards ceremony in Madrid on Monday
- His rivals are Real Madrid's Jose Angel Sanchez and Manchester City’s Ferran Soriano
- The award is given for "the most efficient use of resources and greater impact"
Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta is one of the contenders for the World Football Summit Industry award as the executive, according to Football Italia. He can win the title at the award ceremony in Madrid on Monday.
The Best Executive title goes to "the executive who has made a change for the benefit of the institution, has made the most efficient use of its resources and has achieved greater impact according to their capabilities."
Beppe Marotta has two opponents, Real Madrid boss Jose Angel Sanchez and Manchester City CEO Ferran Soriano.