Serie A giants Inter Milan desperately need £142 million to keep the club afloat

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According to the Financial Times, Inter Milan are in serious financial problems and the club needs and investment of £142 million in order to take the pressure off the club.

Inter are looking to get a cash injection of £142 million in order to keep the Serie A giants afloat and competing for next season.

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The cause of the Nerazzurri’s financial woes is partly down to their heavy spending in the last few transfer windows coupled with the financial strain the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the global economy.

The most notable example of splurging was the £74 million transfer of Romelu Lukaku from Manchester United in 2019.


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The Financial Times have reported that the majority shareholders, Suning Holdings, have held talks with a number of parties but Inter have been unable to negotiate a deal.

The closest they came was a deal with BC Partners, a private equity firm, who walked away from negotiations after failing to come to an agreement on valuation.

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