Inter will lose out upon an estimated €3 million as a direct result of the Italian government’s order for sporting events to be played behind closed doors for the next month according to a report from Calcio e Finanza.
In the past few days the Italian government made the order that will see games in Serie A playing in empty stadiums at least until April 3 in a bid to try and contain the Coronavirus outbreak the country has been facing for a few weeks now.
The Coronavirus outbreak has caused a great deal of chaos to the Serie A calendar with a number of games postponed in the past few weeks. This has led to Lega Serie A having to go through a tricky rescheduling process that is yet to be completed as Inter’s postponed match against Sampdoria remains without a rescheduled date.
Inter will play two home games behind closed doors within the next month and as per the report will lose approximately €2.7 million.
All Serie A clubs combined will lost out on about €30 million with Juventus set to make the biggest loss of all 20 clubs with it estimated they will miss out on some €12.3 million in revenue from ticket sales.