Inter owners Suning are evaluating the possibilities of both partial or complete sales of the club, as refinancing the debt from the Oaktree loan.

This according to today’s print edition of Italian business newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore, who report that the Nerazzurri owners are still considering all options to bring cash into the club, or sell it outright.

The loan that Inter took in from US-based investment fund Oaktree Capital brought €275 million into the club to ensure operating liquidity.

However, repaying the loan by its due date in 2024 will take €350 million considering the high interest rate.

Given that the interest rate is already 12% on the loan, it would not be easy to see how Suning could refinance it any further to give themselves more time to repay it.

This is especially the case given the recent volatility in the debt market.

Accordingly, the owners remain very much on the lookout for both partial investors or outright buyers for the club.

Il Sole 24 Ore report that Suning remain seriously ready to consider both an outright sale or minority investment.