Simone Inzaghi is set to bring his prize money total at Inter Milan to €460 million this season, and there’s no end in sight.

This is highlighted in today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews.

Since his arrival at Inter, Inzaghi has brought the results on the pitch.

The 47-year-old has guided Inter to two Coppa Italia titles, three Supercoppa Italiana titles, and a Champions League final.

And this season, barring a truly catastrophic end to the campaign, Inter will win the Serie A title.

Moreover, Inzaghi has gotten Inter a top four finish in each of his three seasons at the club.

Moreover, in each of the Nerazzurri’s three seasons in the Champions League, they have made it to the round of sixteen.

Naturally, all of this is important for reasons not purely financial.

But there is also a financial side to these kinds of results and trophies.

Simone Inzaghi Rakes In 190M In Prize Money For Inter This Season

At the end of last season, the total prize money that Inter had brought under Inzaghi stood at €270 million.

Last campaign’s run to the Champions League final made up a big part of this.

Inter brought in more than 100 million from UEFA for reaching that final.

This time around, Inter only made it as far as the round of sixteen of Europe’s top club competition.

However, that does not mean that the Nerazzurri have not gotten some big windfalls from results for other sources.

For starters, there is Inter’s flying – and potentially record-breaking – Serie A campaign.

Inter are mathematically guaranteed to finish in the top four. That makes certain a windfall of over 50 million – at the minimum – from participation in next season’s Champions League.

And the results under Inzaghi have also ensured that Inter will be participating in the expanded Club World Cup next season.

That’s another 50 million in the club’s coffers at the least.

And if Inter win the Serie A title this season, which they are virtually certain to do, they will rake in another 20 million.

Add to that the 8 million that Inter took in from winning the Supercoppa Italiana in January, and it becomes clear how much of a cash cow the results under Inzaghi have been.