Erick Thohir is seen as increasingly close to tying up €230m from investment firm Goldman Sachs to help refinance Inter.
The Indonesian has been working since completing his majority buyout of Massimo Moratti’s shares in November to reorganise the club’s debts of over €200m, including transferring them from banks in Italy to banks in his home country.
The Gazzetta dello Sport report that his latest trip to the peninsula yesterday included a meeting with former President and minority shareholder Moratti to finalise paperwork on Thohir’s plans to refinance those same debts.
Thohir is believed set to return to London to seal a refinancing package worth €230m with investment bank Goldman Sachs.
The new repackaged debt will apparently allow the club to solve ‘immediate administrative, commercial, sporting and medical staff issues’.
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