Inter and six other Serie A clubs are threatening to take legal action over the broadcasting rights for the upcoming three years.
Italian media outlet ANSA reports that, along with Inter, Atalanta, Fiorentina, Juventus, Lazio, Napoli and Hellas Verona have all signed a letter addressed to Serie A president Paolo Dal Pino, CEO Luigi De Siervo, to the other 13 clubs in the Serie A urging them to reach a deal for Serie A TV rights as soon as possible.
The letter underlines further that they’re against the rumoured potential deal with a consortium of a group of finance funds.
Moreover, the report continues that 7 clubs threatened to take legal action making “legitimate claims of compensation” against anyone who acts on a way which obstructs the process.
In the letter, the clubs also underlined how a meeting had been held on March 1st with the interested funds without any of the clubs CEO’s being alerted or invited to it.
Inter and the rest of the clubs expect a deal to be reached soon, which would be a welcome guarantee of revenue in a difficult time for all clubs.