The Nerazzurri signed with the crypto company in 2021, but due to the turbulence in the market, their sponsor has failed to meet the agreements set in terms of payments.

Inter are currently dealing with a major financial concern, as it's been revealed that their shirt sponsor, DigitalBits, have not been meeting the terms of their contract.

The Nerazzurri signed an agreement with the cryptocurrency organization back in 2021, and were expected to receive a total of over $26.5 million (€25 million) over the course of the 2022/23 campaign. These payments were to be split into three installments, and as per reports from Italy, Inter have yet to receive any of this money, with the payments scheduled for June 2022, October 2022, and February 2023.

In addition, Inter have not been paid any of their expected bonuses from DigitalBits, which was to total approximately $1.3 million (€1.25 million).

This has thus forced the Nerazzurri to scramble for funds from elsewhere, with Suning Group, Inter's majority shareholder, providing about $10.6 million (€10 million) in emergency funding from a massive $336 million (€317 million) loan the club took from American global asset firm Oaktree Capital Management back in May 2021 to help cover losses caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Meanwhile, Inter will be hoping to get back on track after a shock 1-0 loss to Bologna last weekend as they prepare to host Lecce at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on Sunday.