Inter president Steven Zhang met with American firm Goldman Sachs recently to discuss finding new financial partners to buy into Inter, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Chinese businessman is determined to find an investor that can buy into the club and help to pay back the €275 million loan that the club took from Oaktree Capital Group that will soon need to be paid back.
It is known that Suning will find it extremely hard to pay that back on time which is why they need help from outside the company.
A full sale of the club can also never be ruled out fully but Suning would be asking for a huge figure of over €1 billion to sell Inter.
Any potential buyer is much more likely to come from the USA rather than from the Middle East.