Oaktree Capital aren’t planning any fire sale of big name players as Inter Milan owners.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, via FCInterNews, reveal the fund’s plans for the Nerazzurri. There won’t be any excessive spending either.

It’s now only a matter of time before ownership of Inter transfers from Suning to Oaktree.

And one of the big questions that has arisen is: What will the club’s plans in the transfer market be under the new owners?

In the last few years, Inter have had some turbulent transfer windows.

The Nerazzurri’s financial problems are no big secret. And this has led to the need to make big sales in order to meet ambitious financial targets, particularly in the summer of 2021.

Last summer saw a bit more stability. Inter were able to carry out an essentially “net zero” transfer window.

In other words, Inter did need to make sales to fund signings – but didn’t require a profit from sales.

This summer, it has looked as though it would be more of the same in that sense.

No Fire Sale & No Crazy Spending At Oaktree Capital Owned Inter Milan

The plans that Inter have been making for this summer have been with the assumption that Suning would stay on as owners.

The arrival of Oaktree at the helm has caused some speculation as to whether the Nerazzurri could change course.

This could mean one of two things.

Either the US-based fund would decide to start selling big name players for huge fees like in 2021.

Or, more optimistically, Oaktree could use their financial strength compared to Suning to invest in signings starting this summer.

But according to the Corriere della Sera, neither of those will be the case.

The new owners will stay the course as far as the existing plans in the transfer market.

Oaktree plan to keep Inter’s current senior management in place, including CEO Beppe Marotta and Sporting Director Piero Ausilio.

And those directors will be able to carry out the plans they’ve already been pursuing, without much meddling from the new owners.