Inter will remove the logo of Cryptocurrency company DigitalBits from their shirt by January of 2023 unless the sponsorship payments from the company begin to arrive on time before then.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri will no longer play with the current main shirt sponsor when they return from the World Cup next year and could play without a sponsor for the rest of the season or with a charity sponsor if they fail to find a new sponsor.
Despite having only begun this season, Inter’s partnership with DigitalBits looks to be headed to its end very prematurely, whilst the cryptocurrency company’s deal with Roma also appears to be in the same situation.
Unless the company stops defaulting on their sponsorship payments, which they have been unable to make due to dire financial circumstances, the Nerazzurri will remove their logo from the front of the matchday shirts.
In the meantime, the club are on the hunt for a new main sponsor to take the place of the cryptocurrency company, although in the event that they don’t find one could play from January onwards without a main sponsor, or with a charity sponsor similar to when Barcelona played with UNICEF on the front of their shirts.