Financial terms of the deal between Inter and new shirt Sponsor have been revealed, with the Nerazzurri expected to earn around €20 million per season from the deal.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the total earnings from shirt sponsors will total somewhere in the range of €25-30 million.

Yesterday it was revealed that the search for a replacement for the Nerazzurri’s 26-year-old partnership with Pirelli is over, and now it is confirmed that Inter will sign the contract with next week, likely before the team heads off for pre-season friendlies in Florida.

It is reported that there are still a couple other companies with an interest in becoming Inter’s shirt sponsor, but that the blockchain company, who will also become the shirt sponsor of Spanish club Valencia, are firm favourites.

It is also reported that Lenovo will be the sponsor for the back of the shirt, and that along with the sleeve sponsor and the €20 million deal with, the total amount that the Nerazzurri will bring in from shirt sponsors next season will stand at around €25-30 million, thought to be roughly what the club had been targeting.