Inter have made almost a 100% capital gain by selling Argentine striker Mauro Icardi to Paris Saint-Germain, according to a report from Italian news outlet Calcio&Finanza earlier today.

The report details how the Nerazzurri sold the 27-year-old Argentine forward to Paris Saint-Germain for €50 million plus €8 million in easily achievable add-ons, as well as a clause that would see the French club pay Inter an extra €15 million should they sell Icardi to another Italian club.

The current residual value of Icardi is around €1,872,256 on Inter’s books so the proceeds of the sale represent an almost full capital gain.

Thanks to the sale of Icardi to PSG, Inter have been able to wear the storm of the Coronavirus pandemic without suffering too much financially, the report continues.

It is also worth noting that in the last decade the profits of player sales from Inter hasn’t gone past 20%, and even selling both Icardi and Ivan Perisic to Bayern Munich wouldn’t exceed that.