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Suning Rumored to Have Started Process for Inter Sale

The Chang family may have changed their mind about selling Inter and reportedly tasked Goldman Sachs with finding a buyer. Gossip appeared before the weekend and was not immediately rejected by Inter sources, unlike other cases.

according to Eurosportthe Suning conglomerate has a valuation of 1.2 billion euros for Nerazzurri. It includes debts amounting to 400 million euros. They may not benefit from it, considering that they have invested 660 million euros to buy and finance the club over the years.

The process is in its early stages, libero reports. This isn’t the first time an Inter sale has been traded, but Chinese business tycoons haven’t thought about such a possibility concretely in the past. The beloved It was in the crosshairs of the Saudi Public Investment Fund before they took over Newcastle. according to Toto SportIndian-American businessman Vivek Ranadevi, governor of the Sacramento Kings, NBA franchise, is in the running.

The Nerazzurri CEO Giuseppe Marotta directed the uproar to dazn Before the Torino match (via Sports).

“It’s been a leak for two years. The Zhang family loves this team, respects the fans and knows what needs to be done to ensure its present and future. There is no doubting their commitment. This is above my salary, and I can’t go into detail about ownership strategies.”

Our view of the Inter sale

This time the chatter remained more than usual. If it continues, something might be wrong. Sure, it’s not great for a team that’s supposed to be a strong hub to work with a strict budget like they did in Modern Windows. Someone else who comes out on top will only be useful.

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