Inter Milan’s Brazilian striker Ronaldo celebrates winning the Uefa Cup in 1998. The Italian side are reported to be changing their name and club crest, with shirt sponsor Pirelli to be replaced by a Chinese company. Photo: Reuters Inter Milan’s Brazilian striker Ronaldo celebrates winning the Uefa Cup in 1998. The Italian side are reported to be changing their name and club crest, with shirt sponsor Pirelli to be replaced by a Chinese company. Photo: Reuters
Inter Milan’s Brazilian striker Ronaldo celebrates winning the Uefa Cup in 1998. The Italian side are reported to be changing their name and club crest, with shirt sponsor Pirelli to be replaced by a Chinese company. Photo: Reuters
Italian Serie A

Chinese-owned Inter Milan to rebrand to ‘appeal to foreign fans’

  • Serie A title chasers to follow in footsteps of rivals Juventus with a new club crest, while changing name to ‘Inter Milano’
  • Suning-backed club also reported to announce new Chinese sponsor to replace Pirelli from next season

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Inter Milan’s Brazilian striker Ronaldo celebrates winning the Uefa Cup in 1998. The Italian side are reported to be changing their name and club crest, with shirt sponsor Pirelli to be replaced by a Chinese company. Photo: Reuters Inter Milan’s Brazilian striker Ronaldo celebrates winning the Uefa Cup in 1998. The Italian side are reported to be changing their name and club crest, with shirt sponsor Pirelli to be replaced by a Chinese company. Photo: Reuters
Inter Milan’s Brazilian striker Ronaldo celebrates winning the Uefa Cup in 1998. The Italian side are reported to be changing their name and club crest, with shirt sponsor Pirelli to be replaced by a Chinese company. Photo: Reuters
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