- May 14, 2011
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new owners pls
Corriere are not the best source..This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInter1908, who report that the Nerazzurri could look to the Chinese company, who are also among the sponsors of the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Inter are certainly starting to cast their net for a replacement for DigitalBits as their main sponsor given the ongoing issues with nonpayment of the instalments owed by the cryptocurrency company on their sponsorship deal.
The club are still exploring all options, but Chinese appliance and electronics manufacturing Hisense could be one of the serious candidates according to the Corriere.
Last season the club posted a loss over €100m, despite making a record €105m profits from player sales and reaching the Champions League last 16.
What's worse for the league is someone openly cheating and getting away with it. There'd be no point watching an unfair competition.I cant decide if the Juve situation is good for Inter, financially, or bad.
On the one hand, it removes competition for the top 4, thus making it more likely we will be in the CL next season, and securing revenues. On the other hand, its worse for the league as a brand/reputation/etc overall. Even if Juve get relegated, back into Serie A quickly, their squad will be diminished as we saw post-06. TV rights I'm not sure when the next scheduled negotiation is, but it could factor into it. It'll probably also reduce overall the international coverage of the league.
You also introduce substantial risk to any potential investors, I'd guess this would knock some money off the "fair value" for Inter.
Potato/potato There is no difference and the CCP does not give two fucks.....Most if not all alibaba's companies were registered in China. Hisense have registered companies in different countries. Didn't say they have no exposure, said they have some safeguards.