How much can Inter spend for the 2017-2018 season? This is the question that every Inter fan around the globe is asking since June. Calcio e Finanza (a specialist finance website) has tried to answer this question, obviously taking into account the parameters imposed by Uefa on Financial Fair Play.
Well, we start from a fundamental point: the Nerazzurri club, respecting the commitments contained in the settlement agreement with Uefa for the seasons 2015-2016 and 2016-2017, is not authorized to register an excessive loss in the following seasons. In order to remain within the maximum threshold, Inter must make a maximum loss of 30 million for the 2017-2018 financial year.
It will therefore be necessary to focus on revenue growth, and from this point of view, Suning has already made an important contribution through the Pinetina sponsorship and co-brading agreements signed in China with some producers of consumer electronics products distributed by Suning (these have an estimated value of about 20 million).
Increased revenue and capital gains can also be achieved from the transfer market. In the 2016-2017 season the Nerazzurri have made capital gains of around 44 million euros.
Source: Calcio e Finanza