A financial report details how last night’s Champions League elimination will take its toll on the Inter Milan balance sheet.

The Nerazzuri were hoping to replicate last season’s success by going far in the competition. However, they failed to go beyond the Round of 16.

The Serie A leaders suffered elimination at the hands of Atletico Madrid following dramatic shootouts in the Spanish capital.

According to Calcio e Finanza via FcInterNews, the club’s European campaign will only yield 65 million euros.

This is a far cry from last season when they earned 99 million after going all the way to the final.

On a larger scale, the source estimates the club’s overall revenues to plummet accordingly.

Aside from missing out on a larger chunk of UCL prize money, the early elimination will also cost Inter in terms of matchday revenues.

Therefore, the report expects Inter’s matchday revenues to drop to 70 million euros. This is 10M less than the previous campaign.

Moreover, Simone Inzaghi’s men also exited the Coppa Italia prematurely. Last term, they generated 7,5 million by winning the tournament.

Inter Milan Revenues To Reduce This Season Following Early Champions League Elimination

Nevertheless, it’s not all bleak for the Beneamata. For instance, the club’s Serie A TV revenues should rise from 87 to 100 million euros.

Furthermore, the Nerazzurri won the first-ever expanded edition of the Italian Super Cup. So while winning the competition had only earned the club 3M last season, they managed to collect 8M from their trip to Riyadh this time around.

But all in all, the source still expects to club’s overall revenues to take a hit. It should decrease from 276.5 million euros last season to 243.5 million this campaign.

However, these figures don’t take into account the club’s transactions on the transfer market or the wage bill.

The report thus expects the club to make up for the reduced Champions League revenues thanks to the capital gains registered by selling the likes of Andre Onana and Marcelo Brozovic.