Inter’s owners Suning have announced that the company’s debt problem has slowly been stabilised.

The Nerazzurri and their Chinese owners were struck with financial troubles earlier this year, forcing the club to sell stars like Romelu Lukaku and Achraf Hakimi in order to balance their books. Many fans were concerned that the sales were only the first step of the club’s financial decline, but now those fears have been seemingly averted.

In a letter addressed to Suning’s employees signed by CEO Zhang Jindong, it was announced that the debt problem is now being resolved. ‘With the support and help of the government and our continuous efforts, the group’s debt problem has gradually stabilised and Tesco’s operations are also recovering in an orderly manner.’

Despite the departures of Antonio Conte, Lukaku and Hakimi in the summer, Inter are still in a strong position in Serie A; the Nerazzurri currently sit top of the Serie A table after the first half of this season, four points clear of 2nd place challengers Milan. The team have only lost once so far in the league, against Lazio back in October.

8 thought on “Inter’s owners Suning: ‘Debt problem has gradually stabilised’”
  1. Inter has hithced itself to the wrong wagon. All Chinese companies are really owned by the government and the CCP don’t want Chinse millions capitalising foreign football clubs. Suning will eventually be pressured to sell out and Inter will go back to being irrelevant again as they have been for the last 10 years.

  2. CALMA Poopie, do not let your heart be troubled. As Interisti we must focus on what is happening on the pitch and in the worse case scenario PIF is waiting. Do not let this ruin your new diapers okay.

  3. PIF this, PIF that, like buying a football club is an easy task. Meh. The worse case scenario is Inter gonna get FFP sanction again or gone bankrupt.

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