Inter revenues in 2017-18 over 300 million
How much can Inter spend on the transfer market? To answer this question, which has conditioned the dreams of fans for years, is Marco Iaria in the Gazzetta dello Sport.
By June 30th, by now everyone knows it, Inter must raise around 40 million in capital gains to meet the obligations of UEFA FFP. From July on, Ausilio will be able to concentrate on incoming transfer market.
“Starting July 1st, UEFA FFP will be much less stringent. Inter’s revenues have gone from 274 million in 2016-17 to over 300 million in 2017-18. And next year, there is the Champions League. An estimated 40 million will be put into use for the signing campaign, along with Suning’ usual support that gives life to current expenses, seeing how salaries and depreciation have increased and will continue to. In terms of net of sales, Inter could afford a negative balance on transfers about 70 million, which obviously are spread over several years. UEFA FFP allows all clubs to lose 30 million maximum in 3 years (25 of which are covered by shareholders).”