Inter are not likely to receive any sanctions from UEFA as part of the Financial Fair Play proceedings as the regulations are considered virtually impossible to follow due to the pandemic.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that UEFA is aware that upholding the existing regulations would be unrealistic as they open proceedings into the Nerazzurri and a number of top European clubs.
Inter’s financial struggles since the beginning of the pandemic have been widely reported, whilst the situations at fellow top Serie A clubs have been little better.
The likes of AC Milan and Roma are also subject to FFP proceedings, as will soon be Juventus, and in all of these cases there has been little that the clubs could avoid major losses even with changes in ownership, injections of cash from new shareholders, and so on.
European football’s top governing body is sensitive to the fact that the radical change to the economic landscape brought on by the pandemic has made complying with existing FFP regulations prohibitively difficult, and is such is very unlikely to pursue sanctions.