BC Partners have reportedly re-emerged as a potential Inter Milan buyer with Suning possibly on their way out of the club.

The club’s Chinese owners risk losing control over the Nerazzurri with the deadline of the Oaktree Capital loan fast approaching. They must find a solution before the 20th of May 2024.

Suning must either repay the loan along with its interest rate or find an agreement with the creditor over a deadline extension.

So according to La Repubblica via FcInterNews, BC Partners have revived their interest in buying the Serie A giants.

The British international investment firm had already tried to acquire the club between 2020 and 2021.

At the time, BC put 850 million euros on the table, a figure that didn’t convince Suning.

BC Partners Have Once Again Emerged As A Potential Inter Milan Buyer

Nevertheless, the London-based company could have the upper hand over other potential suitors at this stage.

As the source explains, the firm had already conducted due diligence at the time, thoroughly studying Inter’s accounts, albeit the club’s financial situation has changed over the past few years.

For instance, Inter’s commercial revenues are on the rise, as well as the club’s overall value.

The source also notes that a €415 million bond is burdening the club’s overall debt. This bond will expire in 2027.

At the moment, it remains unclear if the British company is looking to hold direct talks with Suning or await Oaktree’s takeover.

The report also adds that BC Partners were pressed to comment on their reported interest in the Nerazzurri. To that, they only replied with a “No comment.”