Inter currently at 28.5 million made for capital gains with more deals in the works
Before Inter can make any concrete steps when it comes to transfer signings, the Nerazzurri must settle financial account and make 40-45 million in capital gains. According to Tuttosport, more progress is being made by doing business with Genoa.
“Sporting director Piero Ausilio continues working on reaching the 45 million mark requested by UEFA FFP and Suning for the 2018-2019 financial year that ends on June 30th. Yesterday, another significant step was made: Gavioli and Rizzo to Genoa for 8.5 million. Then there is an incoming offer from Bologna for Merola. The bulk of it will come from selling Vanheusden to Standard Liege for 18-20 million with Emmers included on loan as well.”