World Footballer of the Year Ronaldo will not visit the territory with Inter Milan next month, even if he signs for the Italian Serie A side. Inter Milan's managing director Dr Rinaldo Ghelfi said yesterday at a contract signing ceremony with Hong Kong First Division side Sing Tao that the Barcelona striker would be busy with club commitments next month, and would play no part in the exhibition match at the Hong Kong Stadium on June 18. 'Ronaldo is considering our offer and his decision is expected at the end of this month,' said Ghelfi. 'But it is impossible for him to come with us to Hong Kong because he has to play for Barcelona until June 29.' Inter have reportedly offered a contract worth US$70 million to the Brazilian striker, but Ghelfi refused to disclose details of the deal. Ghelfi added that five new signings, including Uruguayan international midfielder Recoba, plus two current Italian internationals and an Italian under-21 international, would also miss the Hong Kong exhibition, dubbed the China-HK Telelink Cup. 'These players' contracts become effective on July 1. Therefore they won't officially play for us before this date,' he said. Inter, who lost 4-1 on penalties to Schalke in the UEFA Cup final on Wednesday, have resumed training to prepare for their two remaining Serie A matches, against Napoli and Bologna. Inter, two points behind Parma, require maximum points to overhaul them and snatch second position in Serie A and a spot in next season's European Champions' League. Inter's 19-man squad is likely to be led by Napoli coach Luigi Simoni, who is set to replace Roy Hodgson, bound for Blackburn Rovers. Hodgson confirmed yesterday his decision to resign with the two games left to play. 'We would like to have Simoni in Hong Kong but we have to get permission from Napoli,' said Ghelfi. England star Paul Ince is also expected to play, even though he has expressed a desire to leave the Italian giants at the end of the season. 'As far as we are concerned, Ince is staying with us because he is still under contract,' Ghelfi said.