A lot of Inter’s future depends on the current squads ability to qualify for the group stages of next season’s Champions League.
Milano based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport discusses the targets that Inter will have to achieve at the end of the season, along with the capital gains required for the Settlement Agreement with UEFA and how that requirement can be met.
“Inter have a very solid financial foundation and qualifying for the Champions League can only help them. Before being able to leave the Settlement Agreement, there is still one thing that Inter must take care of. The Nerazzurri need to raise about €40 million in capital gains by June 30th, after which they will be free to invest in the transfer market.”
“Given the current situation, it is not impossible to imagine that this entire sum can be covered by a Mauro Icardi transfer. Icardi will be budgeted at the end of the season for a very low figure of around €2.5 million, and selling the former captain can help massively in terms of capital gains.”