Legendary Inter midfielder Luis Suarez has once again displayed his dislike for Inter’s current owners Suning following several other attacks in the past.

Chinese e-commerce giants Suning purchased a majority stake in Inter back in the Summer of 2016 from Indonesian tycoon Erick Thohir.

In the years since Suning have hoovered up the remaining shares that Thohir held and have revolutionised Inter and really improved the club’s financial situation.

Suning have shown that they are not afraid to splash the cash either with them having spent a few hundred million on player transfers since they took charge including the club record €65 million transfer of Romelu Lukaku this past Summer.

“I never imagined that Inter would be in the hands of Chinese owners. They only came to make money, they do not know anything, they do not have culture,” he explained in an interview with Il Giornale, which appeared in today’s print edition.

“They do not know football, they can erase what they want but the history of Inter cannot be erased by anyone, even by those who are trying to get the club back to winning everything.”

Suarez, who won the 1960 Balon d’Or, played for Inter between 1961 and 1970 and was an integral part in Helenio Herrera’s Grande Inter side that conquered all before them during that time.

Suarez, who joined Inter in a then world record transfer, made a total of 329 appearances for the club, in which he scored 55 goals.