UEFA have confirmed that Inter Milan are compliant with FFP regulations based on their most recent assessment.

European football’s governing body released a statement, via FCInter1908, in which they confirmed that the Nerazzurri are among the clubs who have not violated the terms of Financial Fair Play for the 2022-23 season based on a recent settlement agreement.

As with all European football clubs, Inter are working to comply with the terms of Financial Fair Play.

Whilst new changes are set to come into effect for future seasons, for the 2022-23 campaign the regulations are the same as they’ve always been.

The Nerazzurri had been handed a fine of €26 million for previous breaches. However, in September of last year, the Nerazzurri agreed a settlement with UEFA.

This settlement reduced the amount of the fine that Inter had to pay to €4 million. In addition, it also gave the club slightly different terms to comply with in terms of Financial Fair Play rules.

UEFA Confirm – Inter Milan Compliant With FFP

Now, UEFA have confirmed it. Inter have fallen within the regulations of FFP with respect to their settlement with the governing body.

The same is true of AC Milan and Roma, who had also reached settlement agreements with UEFA during the autumn.

None of the Nerazzurri, the Giallorossi, or the Rossoneri will face sanctions. The terms of their settlement agreements have been met.

Juventus, however, have not managed to be compliant with FFP during the 2022-23 season.