The Chinese government has stopped the possibility of linking company names to football clubs, affecting the economic strategies at Inter.
Tuttosport reports a change of directives in China between sports clubs and company names, gives the owners at Inter an additional incentive to cut costs at the Nerazzurri.
A difficult year with the coronavirus pandemic and football behind closed doors, the new limitations from the Chinese government towards the world of football means Suning are facing a new crisis.
Il Corriere dello Sport therefore highlights a new strategy at Inter and the club could be working to extend with their current players, signing long-term contracts with key members.
CEO Beppe Marotta will try to spread the salaries over more years to allow the players to still obtain high wages but helping the budget to breathe during the coronavirus crisis.
Renewing with players like Alessandro Bastoni, Lautaro Martinez, Stefan de Vrij, Roberto Gagliardini, Nicolò Barella, Danilo D’Ambrosio and Aleksandar Kolarov are mentioned as decisive and diplomatic steps for the Nerazzurri.