Inter Milan should be able to maintain their main star players due to the club’s improved finances compared to previous years.

This season, the Nerazzurri have thus far been enjoying their most successful campaign in recent memory.

Simone Inzaghi’s men currently sit on top of the Serie A standings, 12 points ahead of their nearest rivals. They also boast the best attack as well as the best defense in Europe’s Top Five Leagues.

As La Gazzetta dello Sport (via FcInterNews) explains, the club’s positive results on the pitch will have a major impact on the finances.

For instance, the source expects the Nerazzurri’s envisioned Scudetto triumph to yield at least an extra 15 million euros. That is between domestic prize money and an improved Champions League market pool.

Moreover, the players’ market values will certainly increase thanks to the current results. In this regard, winning the Scudetto will be a major boost.

Therefore, the source believes that Inter CEO Beppe Marotta and company are no longer forced to sell their best assets.

Inter Milan No Longer Have To Sell Star Players To Balance The Books

In previous years, the Nerazzurri had to part ways with the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Achraf Hakimi and Andre Onana in order to balance the books.

However, this is no longer the case. That is thanks to a combination of shrewd business on the market and great results on the pitch.

Hence, selling top players in the summer will reportedly be optional for the Serie A leaders rather than a necessity.