Inter Milan president Steven Zhang is preparing his next move while everyone at the club is anxiously anticipating.

As Tuttosport (via FcInterNews) explains, the young patron is working on several fronts at the moment.

The most important file on the table is the negotiations with Oaktree Capital.

Suning loaned 275 million euros from the American-based investment company back in 2021 to cover the club’s operational costs.

The deadline to repay the debt along with the interest rate is May 20th.

With only 12 days remaining, Zhang is seeking a solution that keeps him at the club’s helm. The most viable path at the moment appears to be refinancing the debt with the help of Pimco.

In the meantime, some of the club’s most important affairs remain on ice awaiting a resolution on the Oaktree loan front.

As the Turin-based newspaper explains, Inter directors Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio are still awaiting the green light on several affairs.

For instance, the management is looking to finalize three key renewals.

The Nerazzurri are aiming to put the signature of head coach Simone Inzaghi on a new contract. This would also raise his yearly salary to 7 million euros.

Everyone At Inter Milan Awaits The Next Move From Steven Zhang

Nicolo Barella will also ink a contract extension for similar wages, while Lautaro Martinez’s new deal should earn him between 9 and 10 million per year. The captain and vice-captain will both sign until 2029.

Inter have agreements in principle with all three, but need Zhang to ratify the operations.

Moreover, the source explains that the president’s own creditors, namely China Construction Bank Asia Corporation, are also keeping a close eye on the situation.

The Chinese bank is seeking 320 million euros while attempting to seize Zhang’s properties in Italy.