Inter are in advanced talks with an unnamed middle eastern tourism company to take the place of DigitalBits as their main shirt sponsor starting next season.
This according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta.it, who report that the Nerazzurri are speaking with the unnamed company regarding a possible deal for next season.
DigitalBits are virtually certain to be replaced as Inter’s main shirt sponsor by the end of the current season, though it is far from certain who will replace the cryptocurrency company.
The Nerazzurri have agreed a new deal with betting company LeoVegas to become the team’s official training kit sponsor, whilst they have also agreed a deal with online retail giant eBay as the new sleeve sponsors.
The combined value of these two agreements is €10 million per season.
However, the value of the €20 million per season deal with DigitalBits has yet to be replaced, and so the talks with the unnamed middle eastern tourism company could prove to be vital in increasing commercial revenues starting from next season.