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Sunning explores different paths to solve Inter’s financial problems

Fri 19 February 2021 | 9:06

According to Milan-based newspaper, Corriere della Sera, Inter’s owners are negotiating with British-based company, BC Partners, over potentially selling the club, as well as considering taking a loan from Bain Capital.

BC

Partners

are hoping to take over from Sunning for €750 million on

Inter

whereas Nerazzurri’s majority shareholders want €1 billion.

BC

Partners

would guarantee an additional investment in the club that could help them to cease their debts.

Sunning’s

other option is taking a loan from the American-based company,

Bain

Capital

, which could refinance the club’s debts which total no less than €400 million. A loan of €200 million could help the Milanese club through to the end of the season and allow them to meet their various financial deadlines.

 

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