Inter president Steven Zhang is set to make a €100 million cash injection into Inter and is also searching for a new shirt sponsor, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter president Steven Zhang is set to inject €100 million into the running of the club which is part of the €275 million loan obtained from the US fund Oaktree Capital Group.
The payment will take place through a shareholder loan that will turn into capital. It is being done to ensure that Inter can maintain the current environment and continue to search for new forms of income.
Steven Zhang is currently searching for a new main shirt sponsor after the failed payments from DigitalBits. They are not expected to be on the Inter shirts by October as the working relationship between the two companies is at a point of no repair.