Oaktree are reportedly willing to spend the cash after taking over Inter Milan from departing owners Suning.

The Chinese group failed to repay the loan they took from the American company by Monday’s deadline.

Therefore, the default allowed Oaktree to seize control over Suning’s majority shares at the club.

The Californian fund is currently in the process of taking over the club.

According to Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInter1908, Oaktree plan to remain at the club’s helm on a medium to long-term horizon.

So while the company won’t rule out a sale for the right offer, they plan to operate the club in a shrewd manner to increase its value and earn themselves a higher profit in the future.

Therefore, Oaktree is reportedly willing to invest on the market to trigger a profitable cycle. After all, a better squad would boost the club’s chances of achieving improved results on the pitch. This also translates into financial profits and an increased club value.

Oaktree Willing To Inject Cash After Taking Over Inter Milan From Suning

Nevertheless, the Roman newspaper doesn’t expect lavish investments but rather calculated spending that ensures a reasonable return.

After all, Oaktree stressed the importance of operational and financial stability in their initial takeover statement.

However, the source doesn’t rule out the possibility of injecting cash to cover the liquidity needed or support any capital increases.

In any case, Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta will remain at the helm alongside sporting director Piero Ausilio.

The two men have managed to forge a solid and competitive squad – as evidenced by the results on the pitch. They succeeded in their mission despite the lack of investment from the ownership in recent years.