According to Il Corriere dello Sport, the Zhang family has given the mandate to Rothschild Bank to find new minority shareholders for Inter, but the owners do not rule out the possibility of selling the club.
The Zhang family has given mandate to find a new minority shareholder to replace Lion Rock, but according to the report, they are also ready to sell the club.
Both Massimo Moratti and Erick Thohir had been looking for potential financial partners in the past, but ended up finding groups ready to buy a majority stake in the club, and the same could happen this time.
The club’s owners, however, have reportedly told the club’s directors they are only seeking to refinance the existing debt and that the project that has begun in 2016 is not at risk of collapsing.
The Zhang family has prevented the club from making new January signings, unless players are sold.
The Nerazzurri have already given Radja Nainggolan to Cagliari on a dry loan deal until the end of the season, but that is not be enough to make new purchases in the upcoming winter transfer window.
Christian Eriksen is expected to leave the club in January, with PSG and Arsenal interested.