Suning Group is reportedly in talks to buy Erick Thohir’s 31 percent stake in Inter.
According to Corriere dello Sport, the two parties are ‘negotiating with great insistence’ so a deal can be closed as soon as possible.
The newspaper explains Suning wants to complete its purchase by October 26, when the club plan to hold a shareholders’ meeting.
However, an agreement has yet to be found and talks would be paused on Wednesday so the Nerazzurri can concentrate on their Champions League clash with PSV.
Thohir is still Inter’s President but only on paper, given the Chinese conglomerate owns 68% of Inter, while the Indonesian is reportedly ready to buy English side Oxford United.