Finnish billionaire Thomas ZIlliacus says that his offer to buy Inter Milan from Suning is “still on the table.”

Zilliacus spoke to Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport in an interview published in today’s print edition, via FCInterNews.

Last summer, Zilliacus was one of the names to emerge among parties interested in buying Inter.

The likes of Bahrain-based fund InvestCorp and Italian businessman Andrea Radrizzani had also been linked with bids.

The future of Inter’s ownership has been the topic of much speculation in recent weeks.

This is the result of the situation behind the scenes with current owners Suning.

And Zilliacus retains his interest in buying Inter from the current owners.

The Finn has also shown an interest in buying or investing in Manchester United. But at the same time, he has also made clear that his attention is now much more on Italian football in general, and Inter in particular.

Thomas Zilliacus: Offers To Buy Inter From Suning Still On The Table

Zilliacus is facing some issues outside of his interest in football at the moment.

Authorities in Singapore are seeking to arrest the Finn regarding his business dealings in the country.

Meanwhile, reports suggest that Suning are working on finalizing an agreement to extend the deadline of their loan from Oaktree.

However, Zilliacus has made clear that his interest in purchasing the Nerazzurri remains.

The Finn has made his offer to Suning. And it continues to stand, if the Inter owners decide to accept it or sit down and negotiate.

“I’m still interested in buying the Nerazzurri.

“I have forwarded an offer in November to purchase the club,” the Finnish billionaire continued.

“I hope the owners of the club would like to sit down and discuss it,” he added of the current Nerazzurri owners Suning.