Inter President Steven Zhang has rubbished rumours suggesting that Inter could be sold imminently, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by ANSA via FCInter1908, Steven Zhang spoke at the recent Inter shareholders meeting and he made it clear that Suning have no immediate intentions to sell the club, with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund being heavily linked.
“During this year there have been numerous rumours that have surrounded the club and the commitment of ownership to Inter. None of these are true. All falsehoods and speculations.
“I reiterate that the project of the Property, the support and the commitment are long-term, our vision for the future is clear and defined.”
Steven Zhang also emphasised how important the project to build a new San Siro stadium is for the club and that it will bring him and his colleagues immense joy when it is completed.
“The new stadium is a fundamental project for the club. The conquest of the Scudetto is an immense joy and victory for all the members of the club.”
The businessman decided that the stadium should be dedicated to the Nerazzurri fans who he believes have waited 11 years to see their stadium renovated and modernised.
“It was a demonstration of the great work done in recent years, a reward for our long-term strategy. It is dedicated to the wonderful Nerazzurri fans who have been waiting for it for 11 years.”
The suggestions from the ownership are that they are very invested in the development of the club and are not looking for a quick way out any time soon.