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.
Dopo Goldman Sachs, secondo mandato affidato dalla famiglia Zhang a Raine Group: la banca d'affari che ha chiuso la cessione del Chelsea.Nelle prossime settimane sarà nominato probabilmente anche uno studio legale. Area geografica per investitori ormai definita: Usa – #Sole24Ore pic.twitter.com/al3Ph2YT4l— Daniele Mari (@marifcinter) September 27, 2022
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.