Inter’s plans to build a new stadium with AC Milan could completely change if Oaktree Capital aren’t on board, a report in the Italian media claimed today.
Tuttosport’s print edition said nobody knew yet where the US-based private equity firm stood on the joint San Siro project, but it wasn’t a given that they would want a collaboration with the Rossoneri.
Inter’s standoff with city mayor Giuseppe Sala shows no sign of ending after Sala again raised concerns over the Nerazzurri’s owners Suning on Thursday.
In order to resolve the impasse, Sala is waiting for Inter to make the first move after the club attacked him back in March for voicing his doubts.
Steven Zhang has not requested a meeting with Sala yet and it doesn’t look as if peace talks are imminent, the Turin-based paper warned.
Sala’s comments yesterday were taken by Inter as another attempt to discredit Suning, which is unlikely to improve relations in the short term.