Inter Want To Sell Players For At Least €144M This Summer To Comply With UEFA’s Financial Fair Play Rules

Inter Want To Sell Players For At Least €144M This Summer To Comply With UEFA’s Financial Fair Play Rules
July 23, 2019 20:30
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Inter are not just focused on signing players but are also very much focused on selling players not part of the project, trying to raise at least €144 million from transfer fee’s, Italian media outlet La Repubblica reports.

According to the report, so far this summer the Nerazzurri have recorded a net spending of €65 million, and they need to balance that so as to not violate UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules, especially if they club want to bring in Edin Dzeko and Romelu Lukaku.

Therefore, the club will need to raise at least €144 million, with €12 million coming from the transfer of Yann Karamoh to Parma but where the Nerazzurri are looking to raise at least €50 million from selling Mauro Icardi, €25 million from Radja Nainggolan, €18 million from Joao Mario, €25 million from Ivan Perisic and €14 million from Dalbert.

If the club were to be successful in this task, and they sign Lukaku and Dzeko, the overall value of the squad would have only increased by 15% and therefore they will fall neatly within the requirements set out by UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules, according to Calcio & Finanza.

By Nima Tavallaey Roodsari