Inter owners Suning have not interest in selling Inter, and have completely taken the club off of the market.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Il Giornale, who report that the Nerazzurri owners feel increasingly convinced in the future and no longer have any interest in selling the club.

There have been persistent links to a sale for the Nerazzurri, with Saudi sovereign wealth fund then PIF having been one of the main candidates to complete a takeover according to reports from the latter half of last year.

These reports were partly fuelled by the financial struggles at the club, which have been themselves exacerbated by the debt and liquidity issues at the parent company of Suning.

However, the owners feel that things have stabilized significantly both with the Nerazzurri and with their parent company, and do not want to lose control of the club any longer.