Inter Milan continue to adhere to the terms of their settlement agreement with UEFA, thus they expect their Champions League prize money to remain intact.

Due to financial difficulties in the post-Covid era, the Nerazzurri, like other top Serie A clubs, signed a settlement with European football’s governing body.

This agreement would spare the club financial sanctions as long as they can comply to its terms.

Today, the Nerazzurri released the financial results of the first half of the 2023/24 season.

According to the official statement, the Serie A giants estimate their current Champions League earnings at circa 65 million euros.

Simone Inzaghi’s men have reached the Round of 16 after finishing second in their group behind Real Sociedad.

The Italians have already beaten Atletico Madrid 1-0 at home in the first leg. The decisive second leg takes place in the Spanish capital on March 13th.

If Inter manage to advance to the quarter-finals of the competition, their prize money will further increase.

The Nerazzurri reached the final of the previous edition, and they’re now hoping for another long run in the tournament.

Inter Milan Have Already Guaranteed 65 Million Euros From Champions League Prize Money This Season

Furthermore, the statement expects the club to fall within the terms of the aforementioned settlement agreement

Therefore, UEFA won’t deduct the club’s prize money (which would be retribution for failing to meet the terms).

Moreover, the club highlights the importance of the competition’s new format which will be inaugurated next season.

Inter thus expects the prize money of participating clubs to increase by around 30%.