Inter have reiterated owners Suning’s financial commitment to the club in an official statement today.

The Nerazzurri are known to be suffering from a real lack of liquidity for various reasons and this has led to intense speculation about Suning potentially selling the club.

Rumours reached fever pitch yesterday when reports emerged in China that Suning were looking to sell off shares in their own company, in a bid to secure emergency funds.

Inter moved to reassure supporters about the club’s economic stability, announcing via their website today: “As part of ongoing capital structure and liquidity management, the business and our ownership are in talks to provide a range of solutions in this respect.

“While Suning have confirmed their commitment to financially support the club with or without additional external support, it is also sensible and prudent to look outside.

“With that in mind, Suning appointed key advisers in Asia to work with them to find suitable partners, be that with an injection of equity capital or otherwise.

“Talks with key potential partners in this respect remain ongoing.”

There has been no shortage of speculation when it comes to Inter potentially being sold, with a number of financial groups having been linked with taking over at the club.

BC Partners are reportedly the only party to have submitted an offer to Suning for Inter but the offer is widely reported to be unsatisfactory and some way short of Suning’s asking price.