Including February 10, the property has injected a total of 51 million into the club in the first four months of 2023, all deriving from the Oaktree maxi-loan
More money in Inter’s coffers. This is what emerges from the document that the club provided to investors in the financial statements as at 31 March 2023 of Inter Media and Communication. If in fact the arrival of 10 million euros from Suning in February was already known, another 41 million were paid into the club’s coffers between March and April in two different tranches. In all three cases, the sum obviously comes from Oaktree’s maxi-loan.
In fact, the document speaks of shareholder loans for “26 million in the third quarter of the current year – 10 million euros in February 2023 and 16 million euros in March 2023”. Added to these are “accrued interest of 25 million euros, of which 9.0 million euros relating to shareholder loans disbursed during the financial year ended 30 June 2021 by Grand Tower”. Grand Tower is a Luxembourg company through which Suning – and therefore also Steven Zhang – controls Inter.
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