Inter’s ongoing situation with nonpaying main shirt sponsor DigitalBits has been labelled as a “farce” in Italian media.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, describe the continued uncertainty as an embarrassment for the Nerazzurri, as the situation still hasn’t been sorted out after several months.

Inter’s partnership with DigitalBits has been essentially over before it really began.

The US-based cryptocurrency company have not been able to make any of the payments contractually obligated on their partnership with the Nerazzurri due to major financial problems in the company.

This has not meant that Inter have dropped the company’s logo from their senior men’s team’s matchday shirts, however, despite having already done so for the women’s and youth teams.

The thinking at the Nerazzurri appears to be that it is better to keep the logo and work to collect as much of the payment as they possibly can whilst in search of a new sponsor.

For the Gazzetta, regardless of this reasoning, the fact that the logo remains and the future course of action is still uncertain does not look good for Inter.