Inter are no longer restricted by the terms of the Settlement Agreement signed with UEFA for breaching Financial Fair Play according to a statement on UEFA’s homepage.
According to the statement, Inter have fulfilled all the terms set out in the agreement and are therefore allowed to exit the Settlement Agreement.
“The Club Financial Control Body investigatory chamber confirmed that FC Astana, Beşiktaş JK and FC Internazionale Milano have been considered in compliance with the overall objective of their agreements, signed in May 2016 for FC Astana, and in May 2015 respectively for the latter two. Consequently, they have now all exited the settlement regime.”
This means that Inter can register a full squad when participating in the Champions League or the Europa League as opposed to this past season where they were unable to register more than 19 players.
This also allows the club greater leeway on the transfer window and they can spent more freely on signing players within the rules of FFP which apply to everyone.