The search for a new shirt sponsor to replace Pirelli after the end of a 26-year association with the tire manufacturer continues for Inter.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the club still have not accepted any offers, finding all to be economically unsatisfactory.

The Nerazzurri are thought to have reduced their valuation for the sponsorship to €25 million from the initial €30 million, but no offers have currently met this valuation.

Among the potential new sponsors are thought to be financial and cryptocurrency companies.

The club believe that with the recent scudetto success of last season, they should be able to monetize their club during a period where it is especially marketable.

As such the Inter management are not currently willing to accept offers that are lower than €25 million, and could potentially enter July and the beginning of pre-season training without an official shirt sponsor.