Inter are set to postpone the refinancing of their €375 million bond to January 2022 rather than refinancing it at the end of this year, according to a report in the Italian media.
As has been reported by La Repubblica today, Inter are continuing to balance their somewhat precarious financial situation that involves bonds and loans that must be repaid in the future.
The bond of €375 million that was issued five years ago was supposed to be refinanced by the end of this year but now will not be until January next year.
Then in January, bonds for €410 million will be issued which will also have a five year maturity. Inter must also factor in the January transfer window in which they may want to act in order to maximise the squad that Simone Inzaghi has available.
The situation is more stable than a year ago but a €275 million loan must be returned to Oaktree in 2024.