Inter Milan could put the logo of a charity on their shirt for the Champions League final in Istanbul next month.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper report that whilst the Nerazzurri will not have a main shirt sponsor for the clash with Manchester City, they’re exploring other options.

Inter have been without a main shirt sponsor since the end of last month.

Whilst the Nerazzurri had gone for much of the season without removing the DigitalBits logo, they did so for their Serie A match against Lazio at the San Siro.

The cryptocurrency company defaulted on the entirety of the €25.5 million owed to Inter for this season.

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This leaves Inter in an interesting situation. For the past few weeks, the Nerazzurri have been playing without a main shirt sponsor.

The same is the case with Roma, who also removed the DigitalBits logo.

Inter will be in the Champions League final next month, where they’ll face Man City. It is quite possible that they will play without any logos on their shirt besides the sleeve and back sponsors.

The same could well be true for the Giallorossi should they reach the Europa League final.

However, it is not certain that Inter will go into the final without any logos on the front of their shirt.

One possibly that the Gazzetta reports on would be putting the logo of the Inter Campus initiative on the front of the shirt.

Alternatively, the Nerazzurri could go with the logo of some charitable foundation or initiative.

UEFA rules would not allow for Inter to get a new paid sponsor for the final. However, beyond that the club’s options are quite open, and a charitable logo would be possible.