Former Inter director Ernesto Paolillo has revealed that the latest UEFA ruling with regard to financial fair play will not affect their pursuit of Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan in an interview with Telelombardia.
“Under the agreement signed, Inter has committed to maintain a balanced budget and a balance between purchases and sales. The purchase of Radja Nainggolan and his inclusion on the UEFA list, therefore, would still be possible, but Inter should necessarily make a sale of equal value.”
The Belgian midfielder has been strongly linked with the Nerazzurri in recent weeks and looks increasingly likely to become a member of Luciano Spalletti’s squad for next season.
Paolillo, who left his directors post in 2012 and is one of the founders of financial fair play, then set out to clarify what is meant by amortisation.
“We need to consider the net figures of amortisation. For example, Milan Skriniar is not budgeted at €23 million because if a player is signed for €30 million after a year ten million is removed from that.”