Italian journalist Mario Sconcerti believes that a sale of Inter by current Suning is all but inevitable.

Speaking to Italian news outlet TuttoMercatoWeb, Sconcerti gave his reasons for why he thinks that the current owners’ control of the Nerazzurri is not tenable, and expressed the view that a sale will be all but inevitable.

For the time being, Suning remain in control at Inter despite the fact that they have been persistently rumoured to be close to selling the club for the better part of two years.

However, the underlying problems that could force them into a sale have hardly disappeared during that time, and Sconcerti feels that it is still only a matter of time.

For him, the Chinese company will make the decision to sell eventually, even if it is something that they are working hard to avoid.

“Inter will have to be sold,” he said, “I’ve been saying this for two years. It will be necessary for both Zhang and Inter.”

“The fans must rest assured, because Inter’s value is high enough that any billionaire who would commit to buying would be serious about it,” he continued. “So there’s no money now, it’s no longer possible to go on like this.”