The likes of Turkish Airlines, Hisense, Binance, and LeoVegas have emerged as the four current main candidates to replace DigitalBits as Inter’s main shirt sponsor for the start of next season.
This according to Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri remain committed to agreeing a sponsorship deal worth €30 million per season, and are also looking at companies in the middle east.
The continued nonpayment of cryptocurrency company DigitalBits on any of the instalments of this season’s main shirt sponsorship deal with Inter have started to cause financial ripples, including being mentioned by credit rating agency S&P who stated that the club’s bond is at risk of being downgraded.
Accordingly, finding a replacement for next season is of absolute priority for the Nerazzurri, as is monetizing the shirt as much as possible.
The club are still taking their time as they aim to get the best deal, with €30 million per season their minimum target, but the prospective candidates lined up look to be clear.