Suning have turned down an offer from an unnamed fund to sell Inter.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Libero, who report that another offer has arrived to purchase the Nerazzurri but that the Chinese company are increasingly convinced that they wish to continue on in their ownership of the club.

Suning have received no shortage of offers to purchase Inter over the past couple of years, with BC Partners having been one of the funds most interest whilst Saudi sovereign investment fund the PIF have also been persistently rumoured to be interested.

The current owners’ control of the club has looked tenuous at times as debt and liquidity issues at the parent company have exacerbated the club’s financial issues brought upon by the pandemic.

However, all indications are that after the past year the current owners are fully convinced in the direction of the Inter project, and happy working with the directors and are not interested in a sale.