Inter earned €47 million from UEFA during their adventures in this season’s Champions League and Europa League.
Statistics published by Calcio e Finanza on Friday revealed the Nerazzurri recouped €42.5 million in total from their participation in the Champions League, which ended with a group-stage elimination on the final match-day.
However, the club also brought in an extra €4.5 million from their brief Europa League campaign, with an extra €10 million likely to arrive from ticket sales for the home games against Rapid Vienna and Eintracht Frankfurt.
Luciano Spalletti’s side were knocked out in the last 16 on Thursday after Luka Jovic’s early strike secured a 1-0 aggregate victory for Frankfurt.
Inter will only have Serie A to concentrate on during the final two months of the season and face a scrap to secure Champions League qualification for the second season running.
They are currently three points above fifth-placed Roma but play rivals Milan in a tricky-looking derby on Sunday.