Inter are against the idea of introducing fan investment at the club, according to a report in the Italian media today.

The Nerazzurri are busy trying to refinance their bonds worth €375 million at present, but another big talking point is the possibility of selling shares in the club InterSpac, a group of VIP supporters.

Italy’s former interim Prime Minister Carlo Cottarelli is driving the project and discussed the idea again yesterday, but it seems the club are not keen on the prospect of InterSpac taking shape.

Tuttosport’s print edition said there had been no contacts between InterSpac and owners Suning, while officials within Inter don’t like the thought of such a move.

Inter do not approve of the InterSpac idea because it would create excessive media attention and make certain sporting decisions more difficult, the Turin-based paper explained.

It would have been chaotic, for instance, to have supporters as shareholders back in 2019 when Mauro Icardi was stripped of the captain’s armband in favour of Samir Handanovic.