These are crucial days for the future ofInter.
On the pitch, where the team of Antonio Conte is experiencing a cycle of very important close matches, from the one against Roma to the match on the Juventus pitch only four points away in the standings and with one game less than the Nerazzurri, but above all outside the pitch, given the now defined willingness to Suning to sell the club or at least minority stakes in it to cope with the sharp drop in revenues caused by the global crisis linked to the pandemic of Coronavirus.
Decline in revenues which has been certified since Board of Directors which met on Thursday 14 January, at the end of which the company issued a press release which confirms the delicate situation:
“The Board of Directors of FC Internazionale Milano SpA – reads an official public note from the club – met remotely to review the current management trend for the first half and its foreseeable evolution in the second half of the current season. The 2020/2021 financial year is confirmed to be impacted by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, with a decrease in revenues “.
The second part of the release reassures the fans about the management in the medium-short term: “The Inter Board of Directors will continue to support the management in corporate management in order to guarantee the operational and sporting stability of the Club, also in light of the recent Italian government provisions in the approval phase regarding the pandemic in progress”.
No specific mention, of course, to any operations of transfer market in the January window which, however, as anticipated by Antonio Conte himself and the CEO Beppe Marotta, will be limited to any opportunities that may arise, linked only to possible exits.
“The property evaluates the opportunities in the interest of Inter and its historic coat of arms,” said Marotta before the match against Fiorentina.
OMNISPORT | 14-01-2021 17:29