Inter president Steven Zhang is expected to remain in Milan to observe key transfer situations at the club rather than returning to China today or tomorrow as had been planned.

Today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport report that the Inter president will stay for at least a few more days in Inter presiding over a period which could prove highly important in determining the future outcomes at the club.

It had been initially reported that Zhang would return to China within the next day, but he is thought to have had a change of plans and has not set a date for his return flight.

Given the Nerazzurri’s well-known financial situation, and the need to build a squad for a young new manager next season, this summer transfer window is a crucial one for the Nerazzurri.

Zhang will be monitoring the progress of key outgoings which it is hoped will generate income through transfer fees as well as reduce the wage bill at the club, and the attempts to bolster the squad with new signings.