Inter have not angered Real Madrid or Manchester United through late transfer payments, according to an Italian media report today.
As per La Repubblica’s print edition, the Nerazzurri have until March 31 to pay outstanding transfer fees to other clubs – as well as outstanding salaries to players regarding 2020 – in order to comply with UEFA’s regulations to obtain a licence for next season.
Inter were originally meant to pay Real Madrid the first €10 million instalment of Achraf Hakimi’s €40 million deal before now, but the clubs reached an agreement to defer it (but Inter must still pay it before the end of this month).
Manchester United are also waiting part of their transfer fee for Romelu Lukaku, albeit no further details were offered in this report.
But La Repubblica reiterated their report from yesterday and said Inter had already paid the €1.9 million bonus fee which had reportedly angered the Red Devils.
It is important that Inter meet all UEFA’s criteria or they risk not being granted a licence to compete in UEFA competition next season.