UEFA have requested to see further documentation from Inter with regard to sponsorship from a related party according to a report from Calcioefinanza.it.
The Nerazzurri hierarchy are confident that they have followed the correct protocol and have no worries about European football’s governing body wanting to look at extra documentation.
In particular UEFA are looking to examine the naming rights deals Suning signed for the training grounds of both the first team and youth teams. They have requested the further documentation to completely clarify the trade relations with China.
Said agreements were signed to help aid Inter’s financial fair play woes last summer and raise some all important funds and Suning could very well rely on signing more sponsorship deals to help out again this summer with financial fair play still affecting the Nerazzurri. In fact, Corriere della Sera report that Suning are currently working on securing three more sponsorship deals from their native China.