200 million spent in last four transfer sessions but self-financing will continue if Chinese government does not loosen its export policy
“A call to stay positive, directed at the Inter supporters. Steven Zhang wants to eliminate the rumors of Suning’s disengagement and confirm the full involvement of the Chinese giant in the club.”
This is the interpretation of the Corriere della Sera on the Instagram post of Jindong’s son.
“There has been a slowdown. The UEFA Financial Fair Play, Beijing’s tightening of capital exports and Zhang Jindong’s commitment to the Chinese Party are the reasons behind this slowdown. Sabatini’s farewell has only amplified the difficulties. Suning has spent, since it became the owner of Inter, around 200 million in four transfer market sessions.
Steven Zhang promises maximum commitment but Suning’s strategies and the future that awaits the club will be made clear later on. The hope is for Beijing to relax its directives but if it does not happen, self-financing will continue. Sell to buy, or going after the free agent market just as Inter have done with Stefan De Vrij and Kwadwo Asamoah. Steven is right, better to stay focused on the present, on the Chamipons League race. The future is all to be written.”