Inter’s owners give second mandate for potential sale

Inter owners The Zhang Family have given another mandate to potentially sell the Nerazzurri.

Earlier this month, it was reported by Fabrizio Biasin that the Zhangs had given a mandate to Goldman Sachs to sell the club, with the valuation set at €1.2 billion.

Il Sole 24 Ore have provided an update on this, confirming the part about Goldman Sachs. But they have also reported a mandate has also been given to American global merchant bank – the Raine Group regarding a potential sale. The same firm had also executed the sale of Chelsea to Todd Boehly recently and there is an expectation that a law firm will also be brought in by the Zhang family in the next few weeks.

The United States could be a key area to find a stakeholder for the Nerazzurri’s current owners, claims the outlet. Some things regarding the sale would depend on the valuation of the club, which remains at over €1 billion – as Biasin had pointed out earlier this month.





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