It has been a tumultuous season for the Serie A club.
First, Andrea Pirlo was suspended for three games after being sent off against Sampdoria, then Alessio Cerci was sent off for a second yellow card in the same game against Juventus.
On Saturday, however, the Italian internationals suspension was lifted after the club released a statement saying the Italian defender would not miss any matches.
The new owner, Jorge Mendes, also announced a new kit design for the club, including the new logo which will be used until 2019.
The new crest is a homage to former manager Maurizio Sarri, who was the club’s first owner in 1996 and also had the pleasure of managing the team from the 2006-2009 season.
“The crest of Inter Milan is very close to Sarri’s heart and it is very fitting that we will use it on the crest of our new club,” the club said in a statement.
The team has a new stadium, but it is a big one, the new stadium will be located at the outskirts of Milan, and the players will have to walk around it.
“It is going to be a big stadium with a very big space for spectators, which is not something we had in the past,” the new club owner said.