Inter Milan will get a financial boost of around €2 million in their balance sheet for the 2023-24 fiscal year by selling Robin Gosens to Union Berlin and signing Carlos Augusto from Monza.

This according to Italian news outlet Calcio e Finanza.

Inter will sell Gosens to Union for around €15 million.

This comes eighteen months after the Nerazzurri signed the German from Atalanta. The total fee for that deal was €26.7 million.

Therefore, the value of Gosens in Inter’s balance sheet is €18.1 million this summer.

That entails Inter taking a capital loss of around €3.1 million by selling Gosens.

However, in terms of depreciation costs and wages, Inter will save around €10.6 million by offloading Gosens.

Therefore, Calcio e Finanza detail, Inter will save around €7.5 million by selling the 29-year-old to Union.

What Carlos Augusto Will Cost Inter In 2023-24 Fiscal Year

Inter will sign wingback Augusto from Monza on an initial paid loan deal.

According to Calcio e Finanza, the deal will cost Inter around €2.6 million for the 2023-24 fiscal year.

Then, in terms of the Brazilian’s wages, Augusto is reportedly set to earn around €2.2 million net per season.

The Growth Decree is still applicable to the earnings of Augusto, who joined Monza from Corinthians in 2020.

Therefore, the total gross costs of the Brazilian’s wages to Inter will be around €2.9 million net per season.

Therefore, in the fiscal year of 2023-24 the total cost to Inter of signing Gosens will be around €5.5 million.

With €7.5 million saved on Gosens and €5.5 million outlayed on Augusto, Inter will get a boost of around €2 million in total.

This comes as the Nerazzurri sign a player with a similar profile to one the one he’s replacing on their left flank. However, Augusto also also has the advantage of being five years younger than the ex-Atalanta man.

Inter are expected to complete the deals for Gosens and Augusto imminently.