BC Partners could make their offer to buy Inter from Suning in about one month’s time, according to an Italian media report today.
As per Tuttosport’s print edition, the private equity fund are conducting their due diligence of Inter’s accounts, a process that will not end until the first half of February.
Only after the due diligence process has been completed will it be understood whether the British based fund would like to buy a majority stake in Inter or limit themselves to just a minority stake.
The report goes on to highlight that rumours suggest 69% of Inter could be sold with the remaining 31% of shares remaining with LionRock Capital.
Inter’s Board of Directors are scheduled to meet today to discuss the current situation at the club, with one of the topics of the meeting being the continued search for an agreement with the players regarding the spreading of their salaries.
The lost revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic will also be discussed among other things at the meeting.