Inter Milan have officially announced that Paramount+ will be their main shirt sponsor for matches against Torino and Man City.

The club released a statement on their official site

For more than a month, Inter have been playing without a main shirt sponsor.

This came after the decision to remove the logo of cryptocurrency company DigitalBits. The Nerazzurri and Roma both removed the company’s logo due to issues with nonpayment of amounts owed this season.

The Nerazzurri have certainly been searching for a new main shirt sponsor for next season.

However, not only that. The club have also found a new main shirt sponsor for the last two matches of the season.

This will include both the final Serie A match of the season against Torino, and the highly lucrative Champions League final.

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Inter have made the announcement, confirming the new partnership with Paramount+.

There had been one or two suggestions that Inter could put the logo of a charitable foundation on their shirt for the final. However, they have instead gone with Paramount Pictures.

According to C&F, the agreement is in place. The company’s logo will appear on the front of Inter’s shirt effective immediately.

Nerazzurri Still Searching For Main Shirt Sponsor For Next Season

Whilst Paramount‘s logo will reportedly stay on the shirt next season, it will be on the back.

Inter’s search for a new main shirt sponsor for next campaign continues.

Turkish Airlines have already been linked as a possible replacement for DigitalBits during the past couple months. Meanwhile, the likes of LeoVegas, Binance, and Hisense have also been linked.

The Nerazzurri are reportedly seeking a new main sponsorship agreement worth at least €30 million. It remains to be seen if the current negotiations will result in a deal worth this much.

Inter could benefit from the fact that they are in the Champions League final in talks. Reaching the summit of Europe’s top club competition will certainly benefit the Nerazzurri’s brand.

confirming that the streaming service’s logo will be on the front of the players’ matchday shirts for the final two matches of the season, including the upcoming Champions League final.