The termination of Christian Eriksen’s contract last month cost Inter a total of €15.3 million.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Nerazzurri budgeted a loss of €15.3 million after the 29-year-old officially departed from the club.
Inter agreed a termination of Eriksen’s contract mutual consent once it became completely clear that he would not be able to continue playing in Italy due to health and safety regulations around the cardiac implant he is fitted with.
The Nerazzurri confirmed that the budgetary loss for the Danish midfielder’s departure is €15.3 million in their report to investors.
Meanwhile, Eriksen is set to join Premier League club Brentford, where he will hope that he can get his career back in track following his emergency at the Euros.
The Dane also plans to return to the San Siro to say goodbye to Inter at some point in the next few months, but wants to do so when it is an appropriate time.
With capacity in stadiums in Italy currently restricted to five thousand, Eriksen felt that it wouldn’t have been the right time, but will be in attendance when the stadium is fuller.