Inter could earn upwards of €30 million from their shirt sponsorship deal with DigitalBits next season.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are posed to earn an increased amount each season of the partnership and that it could rise above €30 million including trophy-related add-ons.

Inter are set to end their partnership with as their main shirt sponsor after just one season, with the fan token company having paid €16 million for the season just gone but not set to be the main shirt sponsors next season.

In their place, cryptocurrency company DigitalBits will move from being the sleeve sponsors to the main shirt sponsors, in a deal which will include possible add-ons based on progress in European competitions and particularly the attainment of trophies.

Meanwhile, Suning are set to renew their sponsorship of the Nerazzurri’s training centre, at slightly lower figures than the €16 million in the partnership that is ending.

Inter are also negotiating a new deal with Nike, with the current one worth €12 million plus add-ons ending in the summer of 2024, and they are looking for around €30-35 million from a new agreement.