Inter are working to recoup at least some of what they are owed through sponsorship deal with DigitalBits, Italian media report
Inter are working to recoup at least some of the money owed to them on their shirt sponsorship deal with cryptocurrency firm DigitalBits.
This according to today’s print edition of the Milanese newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, which reports that the Nerazzurri will be looking to bring back as much of the €23m owed to them by DigitalBits for this season as they consider the situation at home. ‘coming.
Inter took to the pitch with the DigitalBits logo on the front of their shirt in yesterday’s Serie A opener against Lecce, but that could hardly hide the fuss surrounding their partnership with the crypto-company. change.
DigitalBits’ financial difficulties are now widely known and they have been behind on initial payments on their sponsorship deals with the Nerazzurri as well as Roma.
Inter are more than aware that the multi-year deal with the cryptocurrency company is in serious jeopardy, and they are now considering possibilities for a new shirt sponsor, focusing on digital and tech ventures.
In the meantime, however, the Nerrazzurri are continuing with DigitalBits as their main jersey sponsor, and they still hope to collect as much of their due as possible.