Inter have been fined €4 million by UEFA for a breach of Financial Fair Play regulations but they could be fined another €26 million if they break the rules again.
The news was made public by UEFA in an official statement which outlined all of the clubs that have been found guilty of breaking FFP rules and the amounts that they have been fined.
It was found that AC Milan, AS Monaco, AS Roma, Beşiktaş JK, Inter, Juventus, Olympique Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain did not comply with the requirements.
Inter have agreed to pay a fine of €4 million and they have opted to use a four-year period settlement agreement for the transitional period rather than three years, along with AS Roma who have chosen the same path.
AS Roma’s unconditional payment is slightly higher than Inter’s as it is €5 million. For Juventus it is €3 million and for AC Milan it is €2.5 million.
The most heavily fined club is Paris Saint Germain who are currently trying to sign Milan Skriniar from Inter on a free transfer.