Inter have come up with a schedule to meet the club’s financial obligations to players, with the Nerazzurri aiming to pay outstanding wages from the months of April and May by the end of June

This according to, reported by Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report after this payment is complete the club will look to pay the wages for June and scudetto bonuses in two installments starting in September, with the second coming in December.

Inter have numerous financial commitments to balance in the immediate future, and the payment of outstanding wages on a consistent schedule is thought to be the number one priority at the club.

Inter president Steven Zhang remains in Milan working on settling the accounts at the club with the €275 million loan from Oaktree Capital having arrived.

The club hope to stick to a tight schedule with the payment of outstanding wages, as part of a broader financial plan aimed at reining in outstanding debts in the summer.