Inter Milan owners Suning are heavily relying on the new stadium project, believing it would boost the club’s value.

The Chinese group’s future at the club remains uncertain, especially with the deadline to repay the Oaktree Capital looming ever closer.

Suning must repay the loan worth 275 million euros plus the interest rate by the 20th of May.

Nevertheless, Inter president Steven Zhang is reportedly making progress in his attempts to refinance the debt.

But as we reported earlier today, the patron is still aiming to eventually sell the club.

The refinancing plan would buy Suning valuable time while they expect Inter Milan’s value to increase. This could help the Chinese company negotiate a better exit plan, one that ensures him a higher profit.

So according to Tuttosport via FcInterNews, Suning considers the new stadium project as another valuable asset that can boost the club’s value.

Suning Expect New Stadium Project To Increase The Value Of Inter Milan

The Nerazzurri are now considering two distinct projects. The first would be the San Siro renovation plan recently launched by the Milano municipality.

This would be a project that Inter would share with their crosstown rivals AC Milan.

The two clubs are currently waiting for WeBuild to present a detailed study which should arrive by June.

Nevertheless, Inter’s primary project remains their own plans in Rozzano, a region on the outskirts of Milan.

The club has a first-refusal right on the land owned by the Cubassi family. But they must exercise their option to buy it before it expires on April 30th.