Inter president Massimo Moratti has hinted a deal with Erick Thohir could help boost the club’s global appeal.
Jakarta-born Thohir is reportedly closing in on a deal to invest in the Italian giants after meeting with Moratti and his son, Angelo Mario, in Milan.
And Moratti admitted the help of the businessman could help to develop Inter’s worldwide appeal as brand.
“I could easily continue alone,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“The problem is not the debt, the real problem is the turnover. Resources are needed for development.
“What I care about is the team’s future. And this can not be separated from the expansion of the brand on the international market.
“Today, we find ourselves without a format that can really attract a global interest.
“Creating a solid market abroad is a long, difficult and costly process, and the competition is very strong.”