Zhang asks Inter to cut costs

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According to Sky Sport Italia, Inter President Steven Zhang outlined the project going forward to Antonio Conte and directors, asking to cut costs.

The Nerazzurri are still celebrating their first Scudetto in 11 years, which was achieved with four games to spare.

However, the future remains uncertain, as owners Suning continue to seek new investors and are working to reshuffle their finances in order to provide more liquidity.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Inter President Steven Zhang outlined the project going forward to Antonio Conte and directors, asking to cut costs.

The Nerazzurri are still celebrating their first Scudetto in 11 years, which was achieved with four games to spare.

However, the future remains uncertain, as owners Suning continue to seek new investors and are working to reshuffle their finances in order to provide more liquidity.

Conte said many times he would meet with President Zhang after the title was decided to find out what the club’s plans are going forward.

Sky Sport Italia claim that meeting was held today, along with various directors and club hierarchy.

It is suggested Zhang pledged to continue the project, but asked for everyone to cut costs in exchange, especially while the pandemic continues to limit revenue.

There are reports this could mean the Inter staff and squad again accepting a delay in some of their wages so that those costs are passed on to the next financial year.

It will also likely mean a self-financed transfer strategy, so any new signings will be paid for with sales, or player exchanges.

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