Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin has confirmed that Inter received an offer from an anonymous fund to buy Inter, but current owners Suning rejected it.
Speaking to Italian media Calciomercato.it, via FCInter1908Biasin explained that the current owners are still committed to the project and have rejected a new offer to buy the club.
Speculation over a possible sale of the Nerazzurri has been rife in recent months, with Saudi sovereign wealth fund PIF the most strongly linked candidate, but a number of funds linked to interest.
According to Biasin, another fund recently came forward, although he did not name the interested party, and he also reiterated that for now the current owners, Suning, remain fully committed to maintaining ownership rather than sale.
He explained that “it is true that a fund has arrived, I can confirm it”.
Asked if he knows who the fund in question is, Biasin replied “Yes, but without being sure, I will not say anything. However, this fund came in and made a big offer.
“At the moment, however, the idea of the current ownership is to carry on and continue at Inter,” he added.