The Suning Group did not respond to the latest proposal for financial aid from the fan shareholding company Interspac, according to a report in the Italian print media.
As has been reported by La Repubblica, Interspac has not found Suning to be particularly accommodating to their aims so far despite surveys suggesting many Inter fans are in favour of a change.
Interspac are a company led by economist Carlo Cottarelli, who aim to introduce a model of popular shareholding to Inter.
This would mean that fans can buy shares in the club and then have a say over future decisions such as details on the construction of the new San Siro stadium, for example.
There is expected to be many more details about the aims of Interspac being released on Friday the 24th of September, which will allow even more fans to decide if they want to have an ownership model similar to that of Bayern Munich.