Inter are planning to refinance their bond from €375 million to €410 million in January.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper La Repubblica, who report that Nerazzurri owners plan to sell the debt early in 2022 in order to refinance the bond issued five years ago.
The current bond at Inter is close to maturity, and the owners must deal with it soon.
The owners had initially intended to look for new investors in December, but since this is not traditionally a period in which operations of this type are carried out they will instead wait until January to do so.
With the assistance of US investment bank Goldman Sachs, the club will put their debt on the market early in January, and they will issue new bonds worth €410 million to replace the existing ones worth €375 million.
The new bond will include the €375 million worth of previous debt included in the existing bond, as well as a new €50 million loan to be financed, minus a portion which has already been repaid.
As with the current bond, the new one is set to have a period of maturation of five years.