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Adult Company Stripchat Offers 20 Million Pound Deal To Cash Strapped Inter Milan

The club’s coffers are set to have been bled dry by COVID Coronavirus have ended up disrupting the most financially stable of clubs and Inter Milan haven’t been able to stave off the pandemic’s effect as well. Despite being in the arms of one of the wealthiest football owners in the world, Inter Milan stand on the cusp of failing to fulfil basic monthly payments to their players. The club has already stalled on paying its instalments for Achraf Hakimi to Real Madrid citing a complete lack of funds at the club. Adding to the Italian side’s woes was its current impasse with tyre manufacturers Pirelli. Despite the two enjoying a behemoth 30 year association with Pirelli acting as the club’s shirt sponsors, the tyre company decided to finally part ways with Inter Milan recently. The deal which was worth a neat 10 million pounds per year leaves Inter Milan in a further quandary. However, adult company Stripchat has been quick to offer the Serie A giants a way out of their quagmire. Stripchat Send In Detailed Offer In an unprecedented set of events, Inter Milan have been offered 20 million pounds from adult webcam site Stripchat to act as their shirt sponsors. The company’s vice-president Max Bennett sent in a proposal to the club along with a shirt conceptualisation in AC Milan’s colors. "While you’re currently in talks with new sponsors over a more lucrative shirt sponsorship deal, I wanted to throw Stripchat – a leading adult live webcam company – into the mix," Bennett reportedly wrote as he brought his offer forth. "We would be willing to pay $28 mln to be the jersey sponsor for Inter Milan. There is a strong crossover between our fanbases," Max wrote in his proposal. Inter Milan are said to be currently chasing a cash infusion of 140 million pounds in a bid to continue seamless functioning of the club next season. The club has also delayed on its payment of striker Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United. While it remains to be seen if the side’s predicament would lure it into opting for Stripchat as its sponsors, reports emanating from Italy state that Chinese property development company Evergrande Group are on the cusp of replacing Pirelli. Also Read: Juventus Willing To Cash In On Ronaldo