Inter President Steven Zhang has no plans to discuss the possible sale of the club or talks with investors during his visit to Milan.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that developments in the sale of shares at the Nerazzurri are not on the President’s agenda.
Zhang has been in Milan for the past couple days, and for the rest of his visit the key issues that he will look to deal with include agreeing contract extensions with key directors, and finalizing the refinancing of the club’s bond.
The transfer window this month and in the summer, and developments in the planned new stadium to be constructed with AC Milan are also matters that Zhang will attend to.
However, the President is not planning to address the talks he has held with US-based investors, particularly a group led by Daniel Straus, over a sale of shares or of a controlling in the club while he is in Milan this month.