Inter are set to earn at least €40.3 million for their participation in the group stage of this season’s edition of the Champions League.

This according to Italian football finance news outlet Calcio e Finnza, who report that the amount could rise further with any results-based add-ons that the Nerazzurri obtain during their participation in the group stage, whilst the fine agreed with UEFA for violating Financial Fair Play will be deducted from the total.

Inter will be hoping to reach the knockout stages of the Champions League this season, not just because of the prestige that it would represent on a sporting level, but also because of the extra revenue that would be obtained from progressing further in the competition, or in the Europa League.

However, the absolute minimum amount that the Nerazzurri can earn from participation in European competition this season is represented by the €40.3 million figure for playing in the group stage, plus any results-based add-ons.

However, given that the Nerazzurri agreed a €4 million fine with UEFA as part of sanctions for violating FFP, this amount will be deducted from the total.