Inter President Steven Zhang has arrived in Milan, where he will attend to some important business at the club.
This according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta.it, who report that Zhang is now in Italy although it is not yet known how long he intends to stay.
Zhang has been in Los Angeles until recently, but flew to Milan where he will deal with matters at the club including refinancing the bond, extending the contracts of key directors, and discussing the market strategy for January and next summer.
The President has not been in the city for several months due to travel restrictions in China aimed at preventing the spread of COVID, though he has been in regular contact with the club.
Now, however, Zhang will be able to spend the next several days working with club executives and meeting the team in person.
The duration of Zhang’s visit is not yet known, although it is expected that he intends to be at the Nerazzurri’s Supercoppa Italiana clash on Wednesday, and now could also attend their Serie A match against Lazio at the San Siro.