The lure of huge cash will not play a significant part in any decision by Ronaldo to leave Barcelona. That is the view of Inter Milan vice-president Giammaria Visconti, who believes the decision of the world's most sought-after player will rest on what a new club can provide. 'It's what the club can do for him, like providing a world stage to showcase his skills,' said Visconti, whose club play Sing Tao in the China-HK Telelink Cup tomorrow at the Hong Kong Stadium. 'There's no question that Ronaldo would want to join a prestigious club, be it in England, Spain, Germany or Italy. It is not a question of money, but a question of prestige. It's a question of whom he will be playing for and with whom. 'If Ronaldo wants to continue representing his country, he would want to join a prestigious club with the best pedigree to improve as a player. 'Inter Milan can provide all that for him,' he said. Reports still suggest that Ronaldo is heading for Inter, although the Brazilian sensation will not make an announcement as to his immediate future until after June 30, when he finishes his contract with Spanish side Barcelona. 'I'm sure Barcelona would like to speak to him and convince him to stay. Any team in the world would like to have him. But I'm sure he would like to come to Inter Milan, which is a famous club,' said Visconti. Inter tried to sign Ronaldo when he played for PSV Eindhoven in the Dutch league two years ago, but were beaten to his signature by Barcelona. 'Ronaldo had a good look at our city, and we had a good discussion. He seemed to like Milan very much.' Ronaldo, who is currently competing in the Copa America tournament with Brazil, was besieged by journalists at the recent Tournoi de France. 'About 350 journalists kept asking him which club he was going to join. He's under a lot of pressure. It was a terrible time for him,' said Visconti. A Ronaldo move to Inter would suit the Italian club perfectly as the former champions of Europe attempt to wipe away the disappointments of last season. 'We were beaten in the semi-finals of the Italian Cup on penalties, and we were beaten in the UEFA Cup final on penalties. We also failed to catch Juventus in the league. We came so close to winning a title but we failed. We must win next season,' said Visconti. A 20-strong Inter squad arrived yesterday for tomorrow's Sing Tao clash. But missing was veteran full-back and former Italy captain Giuseppe Bergomi, whose wife is about to have a baby. Inter, who finished third in Serie A last season, will include in their side French international midfielder Youri Djorkaeff, Chilean striker Ivan Zamorano, Dutch international midfielder Aron Winter and English international midfielder Paul Ince. Sing Tao will be strengthened by Liverpool captain John Barnes, former England international Mark Wright, and Boca Juniors' Argentinian striker Sebastian Rambert. Barnes and Wright will sign autographs at the China-HK Telelink shop in Sai Yeung Choi Street, Mongkok, from 5.30 to 6.30 pm this evening.