Inter have more than satisfied their FFP requirements for the financial year that ended June 30, as the Nerazzurri ended the year with a profit €51.5m in the transfer market.
The Nerazzurri have been under Financial Fair Play limitations for several years, but somehow Inter director of sport Piero Ausilio managed to balance the books this year without selling any stars.
La Gazzetta dello Sport calculated that Inter raised the €51.5m via 12 sales, including Geoffrey Kondogbia and Jeison Murillo making their loans at Valencia permanent, Davide Santon and Nicolò Zaniolo to Roma as part of the Radja Nainggolan transfer and Jens Odgaard to Sassuolo for Matteo Politano.
The real cash came from their youth team players, as Davide Bettella and Marco Carraro went to Atalanta for a total of €11m, Ionut Radu and Federico Valietti for Genoa at €13m.
With the fresh funds brought in, Inter can now focus their attention on buying Tottenham’s Mousa Dembele or Bordeaux’s Malcolm.