Inter President Erick Thohir has been cleared by Goldman Sachs bank to buy out the club and clear its debts.
According to Italian media sources, the Indonesian businessman, who assumed the Nerazzurri presidency late last year, will invest €200m into the club.
The money will in part be used to rid the San Siro giants of debts incurred under previous President Massimo Moratti, as well as officially confirm Thohir as the majority shareholder of the club.
Attention will then turn to this summer’s transfer market, with Inter expected to heavily strengthen as they look to challenge for a return to the Champions League next season.
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