Inter Milan have a transfer net spend since 2019 of -€19 million, whilst Juventus and AC Milan each have net spent of over -€200 million during the same period.

Italian media outlet Calcio e Finanza reveal the total net spend in the transfer market of every club in Serie A during since 2019.

Inter’s transfer strategy in recent years has followed a clear trend. The Nerazzurri have set ambitious financial goals to meet in terms of transfer spending.

The club has reduced its wage bill significantly. And above all, there has been a directive to bring in big profits in terms of revenues from the transfer market.

That has been the case since the start of the pandemic in 2020.

The summer of 2021 saw Inter make two major sales for massive fees. Achraf Hakimi joined Paris Saint-Germain, whilst Romelu Lukaku transferred to Chelsea.

Then in the summer of 2022, there were no sales of that scale.

However, there was a high-profile transfer saga involving defender Milan Skriniar and PSG, a year before he joined the Parisians on a free transfer.

Last summer, Inter sold goalkeeper Andre Onana to Manchester United for a big fee. Marcelo Brozovic also departed, joining Al-Nassr.

Inter Transfer Net Spend Just -€19M Since 2019 – Juventus & AC Milan Both Exceed -€200M

During that same period, Inter have not net spent massively.

Rather, the Nerazzurri have notably focused on free transfer signings in recent years.

That is the route that Hakan Calhanoglu, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and Marcus Thuram came to the club on, among others.

Meanwhile, Onana also joined without a transfer fee just twelve months before his big money sale.

Federico Dimarco also became a key member of Inter’s starting eleven, having come through the club’s youth academy.

There have also been a few arrivals for notable fees. These have included Benjamin Pavard, Joaquin Correa, and Robin Gosens.

But none for anywhere near the eye-watering sums that players like Lukaku left for.

The end result of all of these deals, on balance, is that Inter have not spent much more than they’ve brought in in the transfer market since 2019.

The total net spend by the Nerazzurri during the period is -€19 million, details Calcio e Finanza.

Meanwhile, it is a different story for Inter’s major rivals Juventus and Milan.

The Bianconeri have a net spend of -€220 million since 2019. For the Rossoneri, that figure is -€205 million.

In third place in terms of net spend in Serie A are last season’s Serie A Champions Napoli, with a total of -€138 million.

The surprise fourth-highest net spend during the period among Italian teams is Parma. The Emilian team have a net spend of -€125 million during the period.

Inter’s Lombard rivals Monza have a net spend of -€119 million since 2019, meanwhile, putting them fifth in the rankings.