From Dumfries To Brozovic – Italian Media Detail How Value Of Inter Milan Squad Plumets €64M
The value of Inter’s squad looks to have depreciated this season, with a few players in particular in the Nerazzurri’s squad having seen their market value drop based on their performances.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who suggest that the Nerazzurri’s squad value has gone down to the tune of €64 million.
For the Gazzetta, the likes of Joaquin Corrrea, Denzel Dumfries, Kristjan Asllani, Marcelo Brozovic, and Robin Gosens would have been worth a total of around €150 million at the start of this season, and now would likely fetch around €85 million.
In the case of Correa, the Argentine had cost Inter a total of over €30 million, and his market value has been in continual free fall as he has never found form or fitness in two seasons at the club.
Both Dumfries and Brozovic, meanwhile, would have been valued at around €50 million at the start of the season.
Now, the Gazzetta suggests, both have seen that amount halved, the former due to poor performances and the latter because of fitness concerns and age.
In the case of Asllani, the Nerazzurri invested a total of €14 million to sign the Albanian from Empoli, but so far his lack of playing time have meant that his quality has hardly shone through, and so the Gazzetta argue that his value will have dropped a little.
Lastly, the newspaper notes, Gosens is a player whose value has not dropped as precipitously as that of Correa, but given his injury concerns and struggles for consistent form, is not worth what the Nerazzurri paid to sign him from Atalanta any longer.