MASTERPIECE FOR MANAGEMENT: capital gains done without selling star players. No more limitations in 2019-2020
Capital gain chapter is complete, closed, done, and in the past. The mark of 45 million euros required by UEFA FFP is reached.
“CFO Gardini, sporting director Ausilio and his assistant Baccin have completed a masterpiece, removing the prospect of having to sell one of the star players: to be precise, one of Icardi, Brozovic, Perisic and Skriniar.”
Mission is accomplished but Inter will continue to offload a few more players such as Nagatomo to Galatasaray, Joao Mario, Puscas and Manaj.
The Corriere dello Sport highlights a very important aspect: “Not achieving this goal would have led UEFA to take new measures against Inter for the 2019-2020 season, the first year that the club of Suning will be out of the settlement agreement signed in the Thohir era. And now, instead, Inter are convinced that they have passed the test as they have reached balance parity: in a year, therefore, goodbye limitations and, in case of European qualification, compiling list of players will no longer be a puzzle like now.”