While Inter Milan continue their preparations for next season, the future of majority owners Suning remains up in the air.

As Il Corriere dello Sport (via FcInterNews) explains, the management is operating as normal, taking no heed to the uncertainty engulfing the club’s ownership.

CEO Giuseppe Marotta and sporting director Piero Ausilio have already secured two new additions for next season. Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski and Porto striker Mehdi Taremi will join as free agents.

Moreover, the Nerazzurri had already signed Tajon Buchanan as a January reinforcement. The Canadian could have an important role to play in the future.

This despite not having made his debut yet.

On the renewal front, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Federico Dimarco and Matteo Darmian signed new deals earlier in the season.

The next players expected to ink contract extensions are club captain Lautaro Martinez and Italy star Nicolo Barella.

But while Marotta and co continue to design a squad capable of competing for years to come, Suning’s future remains the biggest concerning issue at the club.

The Future Of Suning At Inter Milan Remains Uncertain

In May 2021, the Chinese owners loaned 275 million euros from Oaktree Capital to cover operational costs.

Suning must repay this figure in addition to the interest rate by the 20th of May 2024, or relinquish their majority shares in favor of the Californian investment company.

Nevertheless, Inter president Steven Zhang is still seeking a solution that keeps him and his company at the club’s helm.

The patron is hoping to find a partner that helps him refinance the debt which has now reached around 350 million euros.

So we shall see if the Chinese businessman will succeed in his attempt with time running out.