Inter president Steven Zhang is still evaluating the possible sale of the club and the target of €60 million in transfer profit still remains, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by Tuttosport, the Inter president and the Suning family are still considering selling the club if someone can offer the €1.2 billion that they believe that it is worth. 

The situation regarding paying back the loan from Oaktree Capital Group which is due in June 2024 is why they may be forced to sell the whole club if they can not find other backing. 

More related to the pitch, the target that was set in the summer of making €60 million in profit from transfers is still in place as it was not managed in the summer. 

They want to sell one big player by June 30, 2023, in order to keep the finances of the club in check.