Inter will continue to be run as they have been despite recent developments with owners Suning, with a controlling interest in the Chinese company set to be purchased by Alibaba.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are financially secure regardless of what happens with Suning for the moment.

Chinese company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. lead a consortium which are set to purchase, parent company of Inter owners Suning, capitalizing on recent debt and liquidity problems faced by the Nerazzurri owners.

However, fears that this could affect Inter’s operations can be allayed, as the owners of the club have already used loans from American fund Oaktree Capital to meet targets imposed by the FIGC and catch up on outstanding player wages, around €45 million in total.

Where Inter and Suning go next is unclear, with the club set to stick to a diligent financial plan in the summer, but for the time being they are set to remain on their current course.