Suning are aiming to repay Inter’s bonds by the end of October, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As per Corriere dello Sport’s print edition, the Nerazzurri have two bonds worth a combined €375 million and they are due to expire in December 2022.

Reuters suggested recently that Inter wanted to finish the refinancing by October and this has now been reiterated by the Rome-based paper.

Suning secured a €275 million financing deal from Oaktree Capital last month and now they have moved onto their next task.

Inter’s Chinese owners bought a 68.55% stake in the club from Erick Thohir in 2016 and have invested hundreds of millions of euros since.

Their hard work finally bore fruit last month when Inter secured their first Serie A title in more than a decade, but there was hardly any time to celebrate before the club were thrown back into choppy waters.

Antonio Conte has left as head coach and now Suning are busy trying to cut costs before next season, which is expected to lead to at least one key player being sold.