Reports from Italy have claimed that Inter owners Suning Group are eager to sell the club as soon as possible, but are struggling to find a buyer for the €600m-valued Serie A giants.
As reported by Italian outlet
Suning Group bought Inter in the summer of 2016, and own just under three quarters of the club’s shares. President Erick Thohir owns the remaining shares of the club, but has limited influence on daily operations. With Inter again failing to mount a title challenge this season, fans of I Nerazzurri are becoming increasingly frustrated with their fortunes.
Despite a blistering start to the season (going undefeated in their first 16 matches, winning 12), Inter have been unable to turn their lack of European competition to their advantage – having seen Napoli and Juventus surge to the top of the table despite their more congested fixture lists.