Inter have earned at least €64 million in total from their participation in the Champions League this season, with the final amount to depend on how fellow Italian side Juventus fare in the competition.
This according to Italian news outlet Calcio e Finanza, who report that the revenues taken in by the Nerazzurri for reaching the round of sixteen of the competition will add up to at least €63.91 million.
Inter earned €15.64 million for participation in the group stage of the competition as well as an additional €15.9 million for the ten-year/historical ranking.
In addition, the club brought in add-ons worth €9.97 million in total based on their results in the group stage.
Qualification for the knockout rounds earned the Nerazzurri €9.6 million, although since they were eliminated from the round of sixteen by Liverpool yesterday evening, this is all that they will earn.
All that remains to be settled is the precise amount earned through the “market pool” of Italian clubs, from which they will take in at least €13.7 million, but which could rise should Serie A rivals Juventus progress further in the competition.