Inter’s current owners Suning are waiting on BC Partners to make their offer to buy Inter, according to an Italian media report today.
As per today’s print edition of La Reppublica, the idea that Inter could be sold entirely by Suning is no longer a taboo subject and BC Partners could be the club’s new owners.
The British investment fund are currently sifting through the Nerazzurri’s financial accounts and the Zhang family are waiting for the fund’s consultants to present an offer.
BC Partners are however not alone in looking at investing in the club, though, with the report claiming that there are in fact others with an interest in buying Inter, although no names of those interested are given.
The report from La Reppublica reminds readers that the only public comment on the matter so far from Inter president Steven Zhang was a firm denial that the club were up for sale.
It seems clear, however, that speculation regarding Suning’s long-term future at the club is only growing louder with each day that passes.
Inter have called an emergency board meeting today to analyse the critical financial position they find themselves in as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Nerazzurri’s players are still waiting to be paid their salaries for the months of November and December, with a possible points deduction looming if Inter do not do so before 16 February.
Club executives are awaiting decisions taken at today’s board of directors meeting today in order to plan financially for the months ahead.