Sky - Inter to leave Settlement Agreement this year, revenues set to increase by at least €55M for 2018-2019 season

Sky - Inter to leave Settlement Agreement this year, revenues set to increase by at least €55M for 2018-2019 season

Suning is here for the long haul, with the goal of bringing Inter to the peak of European football. In order for that to happen, the club must get rid of the narrowest bridge of it all: the UEFA FFP. This goal, fortunately, could be very soon on the horizon according to analysis of Ultimo Uomo (site owned by Sky).

“Every worry from the financial point of view is unfounded: as long as Suning remains in command of Inter, and the appointment of Steven Zhang as president seems to confirm this, the club rests on solid foundations that do not put it at risk its business continuity.”

Money collected from the Champions League - “In the meantime, thanks to the return to the Champions League, together with results obtained and stadium revenues, all factors will increase revenues of 2018-2019 season by at least €55M.”

So the question is, when will Inter be able to leave the Settlement Agreement with UEFA?

“Inter, given the results obtained, should leave UEFA restrictions imposed by Settlement Agreement during this season and next summer, the team should not be forced to do the mad rush to make capital gains.”

Source: Sky - Ultimo Uomo

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