Financial details of the shirt sponsorship deals at Inter next season have been revealed, with the club set to earn up to €30 million per season from their partners.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that alongside newly-announced front sponsor, the Nerazzurri will also partners with technology company Lenovo and an unnamed sleeve sponsor.

The Nerazzurri’s 26-year partnership with Pirelli ended this summer, and the club have been searching for a new shirt sponsor for some time.

Yesterday that new sponsor was revealed to be blockchain-based fan engagement company, who are also partners with Spanish club Valencia.

The deal with is thought to earn the Nerazzurri around €20 million per season.

Meanwhile, the amounts paid by Lenovo and the sleeve sponsor should bring the total amount close to the €30 million thought to have been targeted by the Nerazzurri as they look to find revenue to help meet financial targets.