Inter Milan planning to change club name and logo

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The Nerazzurri are said to be planning for a name change to attain success globally.

Inter Milan are reportedly set to change their club name from Football Club Internazionale Milano to Inter Milano as they see it as one of the ways to modernise the club.

The name change has been planned for March 9, the day which will mark the 113th anniversary of the Nerazzurri.

The report also adds Inter would be changing their logo in a bid to attain success in the global market.

Juventus were successful following their logo change back in 2017 and Inter are now looking to follow their footsteps.

Besides, there is an ongoing crisis at Inter – financially – due to the pandemic and the club is said to be desperately looking for new investors. There are also reports stating that the current owners Suning Group could be forced to sell the club.

On the field, Inter have been dominant this season, currently second in Serie A table behind arch-rivals Milan.

Last time, Antonio Conte’s men ended second in the Scudetto race but they wouldn’t be willing to replicate the situation this time around.

Inter have recently defeated Juventus 2-0 at home, thus diminishing the hopes of the defending champions to retain the title.

It has been a long while since both Milan clubs dominated the league, pushing each other for the title.

The 20/21 season could see Juve lose their monopoly but it remains to be seen whether Inter can edge out Rossoneri in the title race.