Inter’s Board of Directors are expected to meet today to discuss the club’s precarious financial situation, according to an Italian media report today.
Gazzetta dello Sport, via their print edition, state that the Board of Directors will discuss what has to be done in the January transfer window, from making no investments to trying to cut expenses and dealing with salaries.
Chinese government restrictions on the exporting of capital outside of China on non-essential activities has complicated things at Inter, who are owned by Chinese e-commerce giants Suning.
The line taken by the club is clear and ultimately non-negotiable.
Inter president Steven Zhang is currently in China therefore he will not be able to physically attend the meeting but he will be part of the meeting via video link.
Inter have been linked with signing many players but it has been widely reported that they have had to adopt a self-financing strategy for this transfer window, meaning players must be sold before players can come in.