Among the many big changes that Inter president Steven Zhang will have to oversee going into the next season is choosing a shirt sponsor to replace the outgoing Pirelli.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport report that Inter hope to receive somewhere in the region of €25 million per season from whichever company they partner with for the shirt sponsor.

With the 25-year partnership between Inter and Pirelli coming to an end, Zhang is thought to want to maximize the club’s marketability in the wake of their recent scudetto triumph with a profitable shirt sponsorship deal, although it is possible that a deal will end up being closer to €20 million plus bonuses.

Among the candidates to replace Pirelli are a large technology company, although no firm interest has been confirmed.

Given the pressing need for the club to pay arrears in the coming months, Zhang knows that he must hurry in confirming a new sponsorship deal that will bring a cash injection into the club.