UEFA have opened up Financial Fair Play proceedings looking into the transfers at Inter over the past few season, but the club are not worried by the proceedings and see them as standard procedure.
This according to Italian news outlet Calcio e Finanza, who report that the proceedings by European football’s governing body are aimed at collecting information and not at potentially sanctioning the Nerazzurri for non-compliance.
UEFA is set to scrap the FFP regulations for a new set of regulation which will come into force during the 2024-25 season, and they are looking into the spending of a number of major European clubs over the past few seasons.
Part of the reason for this is to study the transfer spending in view of the FFP regulations, but also to collect information for implementing the new regulations in the coming years.
UEFA is aiming to consolidate information on the financial statements of Inter and other clubs from the past seasons, as well as begin collecting information for the statements for the 2021-22 season.
There is no indication that the proceedings are aimed at potentially sanctioning the Nerazzurri, and the club are calm about the situation.
The governing body is sensitive to the fact that a number of Italian clubs have struggled to comply with the existing regulations during the pandemic, even after they were loosened to accommodate the financial difficulties clubs have experienced.
For this reason, as well as the fact that the FFP regulations are being phased out, the governing body are not interested in sanctioning Inter as part of the proceedings.