Adult company Stripchat offers £ 20million deal to cash out Inter Milan
Club coffers should have been bled by COVID
The coronavirus ended up disrupting the most financially stable clubs and Inter Milan were also unable to stave off the effect of the pandemic.
Despite being in the arms of one of the richest football owners in the world, Inter Milan are on the verge of failing to make basic monthly payments to their players. The club have already blocked payment of their installments for Achraf Hakimi at Real Madrid, citing a complete lack of funds at the club.
The current stalemate with tire manufacturers Pirelli has added to the woes on the Italian side. Although the two enjoy a gigantic 30-year association with Pirelli as sponsor of the club’s shirts, the tire maker recently decided to part ways with Inter Milan.
The deal, which was worth £ 10million a year, leaves Inter Milan in another dilemma. However, adult company Stripchat was quick to offer the Serie A giants a way out of their quagmire.
Stripchat Send a detailed offer
In an unprecedented series of events, Inter Milan have been offered £ 20million from adult webcam site Stripchat to act as jersey sponsor. The company’s vice-president, Max Bennett, sent a proposal to the club with a conceptualization of the shirt in the colors of AC Milan.
“While you are currently in talks with new sponsors about a more lucrative shirt sponsorship deal, I wanted to add Stripchat – a leading adult live cam company,” Bennett reportedly wrote in presenting his offer. “We would be willing to pay $ 28 million to sponsor the Inter Milan shirt. There is a strong crossover between our fanbases, ”wrote Max in his proposal.
Inter Milan are reportedly currently looking for a £ 140million cash injection in a bid to keep the club running smoothly next season. The club have also delayed the payment of striker Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United.
While it remains to be seen whether the team’s predicament would cause them to opt for Stripchat as their sponsor, reports from Italy indicate that Chinese property development company Evergrande Group is set to replace Pirelli.
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