Inter to make major changes to the club name and crest

Inter to make major changes to the club name and crest

Inter to make major changes to their official club name and crest on their 113th anniversary in March. Furthermore, the new logo is similar to that of Juventus. The original logo was designed by the club founder, illustrator Giorgio Muggiani. The Nerazzurri are facing a financial crisis due to the ongoing pandemic. In fact, the Italian giants are thinking of getting a new investor.

British private equity firm BC Partners are in consideration. This is due to the delay in player wages on multiple occasions. The Evergrande Group, China’s second-largest property developer, are likely to sponsor €30million per year. This is notably more than the that Pirelli deal brings that is an estimated €10.5 million per year. Since Inter are in trouble at the moment, Evergrande are the first ones in mind to replace Perelli.

Inter to make major changes

Inter to make major changes to the club logo and crest, and may have new owners

Inter to make major changes to the club logo and crest. Conte’s men are in the race to win their first Serie A title in 11 years. Consequently, Inter won against Juventus by 2-0, moving closer to ground sharers AC Milan. Juventus have moved down the table. Further, this has brought their four-match winning streak to an end. They are now in the fifth position.

Inter Milan are amongst the most known clubs in European football. They have secured 18 league titles and three European Cups. The official name of Inter is ‘ Football Club Internazionale Milano’ which will probably change to ‘Inter Milano’. However, this decision is not going well with Inter fans. The move will reflect a closer connection with the city and give the club a modern day identity. The new crest will have ‘I M’ with a minimalistic approach.

Inter will play Udinese on Saturday followed by AC Milan on Tuesday in the Coppa Italia. This will fasten their way to the semi-finals.

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