Suning are in search of new investors to come in as minority shareholders at Inter to replace LionRock capital.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore, who report that the financial amount requested for the shares currently held by LionRock could drop compared to the valuation given last spring when BC Partners attempted to buy them.

Suning are looking to stabilize the financial situation at the club, and an influx of capital from the sale of LionRock’s shares could represent a strategy for doing so.

Additionally, Oaktree could be in a position to take over Suning’s stake in the Nerazzurri should the Chinese company default on the loan received from the American fund, which was intended to increase liquidity at the club as they have looked to meet their financial obligations.

The shareholding situation at Inter could be set for changes going forward, although it is not thought for the moment that this will affect the team on the pitch.