During the course of this week, the executive board of Inter will approve the club’s financial statements up to June 30 2019 according to a report from Football finance experts Calcio e Finanza.

The Nerazzurri will close the balance sheet with revenues of €400 million meaning a new revenue record will be set dependent on losses – which will only be confirmed to the public once the accounts are closed.

Last year the club hit a record €346.9 million with a loss of approximately €17.9 million. The previous record of €323.5 million were set way back in the year Inter won their famous treble.

Inter expect to have €285 million in straight up revenue. €157.6 million of this year’s believed €400 million revenues have been made up through television deals between domestic and continental football – €94 million from Serie A and €49 million from UEFA.

The report concludes that the rest has been made up by the many sponsorship deals that the club have in place with domestically and abroad.