Capital gains will continue in 2020 but it will be less because 2015-2016 (Joao Mario and Gabriel Barbosa) balance sheet will no longer be counted
Inter will achieve the amount of capital gain required by UEFA. That has been the story of this club for the past 2-3 years and it is going to continue.
The thing about UEFA FFP is that it applies to every club, not just those that are under scrutiny. All clubs must follow this formula: losses cannot exceed €30m in the last three balance sheets (or three years). And this is why Inter will be affected by capital gains again next June. But the amount may be lower, given that the club’s revenues are growing (€281m in 2018 and €360m in 2019) and considering that the 2015-2016 season will now be “archived.” That was the first season of Suning which caused a deficit of €140m on the market with few sales and two big signings of Joao Mario and Gabriel Barbosa.