Cryptocurrency company DigitalBits still owes Inter Milan about 31.4 million euros according to the cooperation agreement between the two parties. However, up to now, the home team at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium has not received enough money, causing the club’s revenue to be affected.
This made Inter Milan’s leadership very angry. Serie A representatives began taking legal action to reclaim the money they deserved. The complaint has now been accepted by the Milan court and will quickly proceed to the next steps.
A representative of Inter Milan stated: “The Milan court has issued an order at our request and we are currently taking the necessary steps to provide full information to the other side.”
“Nerazzurri” asked the former sponsor to pay 31.4 million euros, including 1.6 million euros owed in the 2021/2022 season and 29.8 million euros in the 2022/2023 season. AS Roma also had a sponsorship agreement with DigitalBits, they also did not receive payment causing the agreement to end early.
Huy Truong | 13:01 October 28, 2023