According to several reports in Italy, Inter players will give up on their title-winning bonuses to help the club during their financial problems.
Suning are looking for suitable partners who can help them support the club financially.
Like any other European club, Inter, have been suffering the consequences of the COVID pandemic, with empty stadiums and lower transfer incomes.
Back in November, CEO Beppe Marotta revealed the players agreed to postpone the payment of salaries for July and August “to help the club in this critical phase for football,” the Nerazzurri’s director claimed.
Now, according to FCInter1908 and Calciomercato.com, the Nerazzurri players are ready to take one more step to help the club.
It is reported, they will give up on their title-winning bonuses when they win the Scudetto this season.
The Nerazzurri are enjoying a 13-point lead over second-placed Atalanta and could win the Serie A title as soon as next weekend if they beat Crotone on Saturday and Atalanta fail to win against Sassuolo the following day.
After their 1-0 win over Hellas Verona on Sunday, Antonio Conte admitted the title is 95 per cent certain.
It would be their first Scudetto since 209-10, when José Mourinho was in charge and won the treble in his last season at the club.