Italian journalist Marco Bellinazzo feels that the possible final approval of new stadium plans for Inter and AC Milan would make Inter a more attractive target for potential buyers.
Speaking to the Twitch channel of Italian news outlet Calciomercato.it, as reported by FCInter1908, the journalist for Italian business newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore gave the view that the outcome of the new stadium plans could be decisive in attracting a buyer to purchase the Nerazzurri from Suning.
Recent reports have suggested that Inter owners Suning would be willing to sell the club, though still only for a very large offer.
Attracting a large enough offer could be difficult given the financial situation of the club, but things could be different if the new stadium is built, meaning that more revenues could be guaranteed in the long term.
Right now the start of construction on a possible new stadium is still pending with a public debate set to start later this month, but if it does begin Bellinazzo feels that it could be a significant factor in a sale of Inter happening.
“If the public debate regarding the San Siro were to end positively in two months, the club would become even more attractive to buyers,” he said.
He continued that “When judging Suning’s work at Inter, one is very conditioned by what has happened in recent years. Suning have not gone bankrupt overnight, though, and they’re conditioned by the difficulties that are affecting their type of business.