The plusvalenza investigation into Inter is getting close to being archived after failing to uncover any illegal activity, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by the press organisation ANSA, checks have been carried out on emails, computers and telephones of the executives at Inter over the past few months but no relevant information has emerged that could incriminate Inter.

That means that the case is getting close to being archived. Around a dozen transfer operations carried out by Inter which amounted to around €90 million were under investigation as the valuations were deemed disproportionate to the actual values of the players.

Among the cases that were being investigated were the transfers of Andrei Radu and Andrea Pinamonti. It is assumed that it will soon be archived.

That will be a relief to Inter who wish to continue with their summer transfer business without major legal interruption.