Date:23rd November 2014 at 12:20pm
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Inter president Erick Thohir and former incumbent Massimo Moratti are set to generate some much needed cash for the club in the form of a bond.

Moratti, who still owns some 30 percent of the Nerazzurri, despite stepping down as honorary president earlier this season, has come to an agreement with Thohir as they look for new investors in the club.

According to Tuttosport, a so-called ‘Inter bond’ will be issued in January to an amount of €40 million.

This will also be coupled with a new drive to attract investors to the club, with the likes of former Inter president and businessman Ernesto Pellegrini being linked in the last few days.

It is believed that Inter are around €80m in the red.