The Chinese industrial group Suning Group is allegedly examining offers for Inter Milan. According to Corriere dello Sport Suning owner Jindong Zhan rejected an offer from the European investment fund BC Partners Limited as inadequate.
BC Partners Limited is said to have offered 750 million euros for the takeover of Inter including debts amounting to 340 million euros. In June 2016, the Chinese company took over 68.55 percent of the shares in the table leaders from Milan.
Inter are pushing salary costs allegedly more than 280 million euros a year, while sales have plummeted since the outbreak of the corona pandemic.