Inter Milan have reportedly registered a net profit of 116.6 million euros from their summer transfer operations thus far.

Calcio E Finanzia (via FcInterNews) took a deep dive into the club’s transfer dealings, detailing how Giuseppe Marotta and company saved over 100 million euros on the club’s balance books.

First, we begin with the newcomers. The Nerazzurri added five new players on a permanent basis (Thuram, Cuadrado, Bisseck, Sommer and Di Gennaro).

The club also maintained the services of Francesco Acerbi permanently following last season’s loan stint.

Another four players arrived on loan with options/obligations to buy (Frattesi, Arnautovic, Carlos Augusto and Audero).

So between purchases, loan fees and gross wages, Inter spent 58.4 million euros on these acquisitions based on the source’s calculations.

On the other hand, a host of players left Appiano Gentile this summer. Mulattieri, Colidio, Brozovic, Males, Gosens, Hoti, Onana and Lazaro left on permanent transfers, while Carboni joined Monza on loan.

Moreover, Dzeko, Gagliardini, Dalbert, D’Ambrosio, Skriniar, Cordaz and Handanovic saw out their contracts. For their part, Romelu Lukaku and Raoul Bellanova left at the end of their loan stints.

The financial report estimates a gross profit of 175 million collected from the aforementioned departures.

Inter Milan Have Now Registered A Net Profit That Exceeds 100 Million Euros From Their Summer Transfer Market Dealings

So in total, Inter have thus far registered a net profit of 116.6 million euros from their summer transactions.

This should be a significant boost for the club’s accounts amidst UEFA’s increasing scrutiny.

As the source explains, this type of practice usually precedes a company’s sale in the corporate world.

However, Inter owners Suning have always reiterated their desire to keep hold of the club despite growing financial challenges.

Finally, if we exclusively consider the balance between income and expenditure in transfer dealings, the net profit will be 44 million euros.