Increased revenues, no more settlement agreement, Inter will play huge role this upcoming summer
Inter will play a huge role in this upcoming summer transfer window, as confirmed by club president Steven Zhang yesterday. The Gazzetta dello Sport underlines the club’s financial improvement as they will be out of UEFA settlement agreement by the end of the year.
“After getting their hands on Diego Godin for free, Inter are chasing top targets for their midfield. The moves made for Luka Modric, the Golden Ball winner, are not a mystery, same with the interest that Inter have for another Croatian in Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic. And it won’t end there. The increase in revenues makes it possible to minimize UEFA FFP restrictions after so many years of sacrifices: especially since Champions League qualification on the horizon makes everyone a bit more serene.
“Giuseppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio are ready to reinforcing the team, evidenced by the back and forth between Inter CEO and Juventus yesterday. There is strong desire to lift the Scudetto again, something that has been missing since 2010, trying to overcome the Juventus monopoly. And again, the duel between Marotta and his former student Paratici has significant weight.”