Inter could make a saving of close to €28 million on wages and amortization costs for the budget of the 2020/2021 fiscal year if they offload Dalbert, Joao Mario, Andrea Ranocchia and Kwadwo Asamoah according to a report from Italian news outlet Calcio e Finanza.
All four players are widely expected to be moved on before the transfer window closes at the beginning of next month and the quartet have a combined annual cost against the club’s budget consisting of gross wages and amortization of €27,912,535 (Ranocchia €3,506,271, Dalbert €6,295,455, Asamoah €6,337,060 and Joao Mario €11,773,749).
Marcelo Brozovic, Matias Vecino, Antonio Candreva, Radja Nainggolan and Ivan Perisic are all players who could be sold by Inter to finance incoming transfers but none of the group are considered as being out of the Inter project.
Inter could make a combined saving of €55,828,364 (Nainggolan €17,979,569, Perisic €10,664,945, Candreva €10,118,566, Matias Vecino €9,723,792 and Brozovic €7,341,492), if they are to offload the players.
Brozovic has a value of just €1,511,255 against the club’s books and therefore almost every penny from a sale would represent a capital gain for Inter. It’ll be more difficult for Inter to achieve a capital gain though by selling Nainggolan due to his value against the books of €19,309,138.