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Inter Remain In FFP Purgatory

UEFA has released a statement, stating that Inter have failed to escape from Financial Fair Play (FFP) Purgatory and will face continued sanctions next season.

From UEFA:

“Fenerbahçe SK, FC Internazionale Milano and Trabzonspor AŞ have partially fulfilled the targets set for season 2017/18.

“As a consequence, the foreseen conditional sporting measures, such as the transfer restrictions and the limitation on the number of players in the List A, will not be lifted and will continue to apply in the season 2018/19. Additional financial contributions, if applicable, will be withheld as specified in each respective agreement.

“The settlement regime will continue to apply for season 2018/19 for both FC Internazionale Milano and Trabzonspor AŞ; and up to and including season 2019/20 for Fenerbahçe SK; as originally foreseen.”

In plain English that means that Inter will need to continue to balance the books next season, and that they will face squad limitations in the Champions League next season.

Expect to see Inter pull back a little in the transfer market. I believe that the Radja Nainggolan deal is done, but Federico Chiesa and Malcom seem out of Inter’s price range now.

What do you think of the news?

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  • Sasim June 13, 2018, 1:41 pm

    This UEFA is shit and is making the football world more unbalanced. Ok MU, RM, Bacelona all have big revenue that Inter cannot compare, but how can a french club PSG pass the rule with hundreds of millions of spending. PSG’s money were mainly from the holder’s fund thats not real income n u let them do it without any punishment? Thats the source of unfairness. Its ridiculous. And AC Milan with all those borrowings… This is just shit…

  • Fucking Joke June 13, 2018, 1:43 pm

    FFP IS A FUCKING JOKE! ALL IT DOES IS PENALIZE TEAMS THAT WANT TO BECOME GOOD AND FUCKS THEM OVER.

    WHAT SMALL TEAMS HAVE WON ANYTHING OR EVEN BECOME COMPETITVE? THIS WAS THE AIM (SUPPOSEDLY) OF FFP AND IT HAS FAILED MISERABLY.

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