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lonewolf19
21 May 08, 17:14
2019-20 Wages according to GDS

https://i.imgur.com/uuYVWLQ.jpg


Previous Years

https://i.imgur.com/ES6fQcY.jpg
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lonewolf19
21 May 08, 17:17
Goalkeepers

Samir Handanović
Position: Goalkeeper
Shirt Number: 1
DOB: July 14 1984 (age 32)
Transfer Fee In: €12M
From: Udinese (2012)
Wages: €2M
Contract Expire: 2016

Juan Pablo Carrizo
Position: Goalkeeper
Shirt Number: 30
DOB: May 6 1984 (age 32)
Transfer Fee In: Free Transfer
From: Lazio (2013)
Wages: €0.75M
Contract Expire: 2017

Tommaso Berni (A)
Position: Goalkeeper
Shirt Number: 46
DOB: 6 March 1983 (age 33)
Transfer Fee In: Free Transfer
From: Torino (2014)
Wages: €0.2M
Contract Expire: 2017


Defenders

Andrea Ranocchia (A)
Position: Center Back
Shirt Number: 23 (2010:15)
DOB: February 16 1988 (age 28)
Transfer Fee In: €12M + Destro
From: Genoa (2010)
Wages: €2.4M
Contract Expire: 2019

Juan Jesus
Position: Center Back / Left Back
Shirt Number: 5 (2011-2012:40)
DOB: June 10 1991 (age 25)
Transfer Fee In: €3.8M
From: Internacional (2011)
Wages: €1.4M
Contract Expire: 2018

Yuto Nagatomo
Position: Full Back
Shirt Number: 55
DOB: September 12 1986 (age 29)
Transfer Fee In: €4.5M
From: Cesena (2011)
Wages: €1.3M
Contract Expire: 2016

Danilo D'Ambrosio (A)
Position: Full Back
Shirt Number: 33
DOB: September 9 1988 (age 27)
Transfer Fee In: €1.5M
From: Torino (2014)
Wages: €1.1M
Contract Expire: 2018

Dod
Position: Left Back
Shirt Number: 22
DOB: February 6, 1992 (age 24)
Transfer Fee In: €9M
From: AS Roma (2014)
Wages: €1.2M
Contract Expire: 2019

Davide Santon (C)
Position: Full Back
Shirt Number: 21
DOB: January 2, 1991 (age 25)
Transfer Fee In: €3.7M
From: Newcastle (2015)
Wages: €1.3M
Contract Expire: 2019

Miranda
Position: Centre Back
Shirt Number: 25
DOB: September 7, 1984 (age 31)
Transfer Fee In: €13M
From: Atletico Madrid (2015)
Wages: €2.7M
Contract Expire: 2018

Jeison Murillo
Position: Centre Back
Shirt Number: 24
DOB: May 27, 1992 (age 24)
Transfer Fee In: €8M
From: Granada (2015)
Wages: €1.3M
Contract Expire: 2019

Alex Telles
Position: Left Back
Shirt Number: 12
DOB: December 15, 1992 (age 23)
Transfer Fee In: €1.5M w/ €8M purchase option
From: Galatasaray (2015)
Wages: €1M
Contract Expire: 2016

Caner Erkin
Position: Left Back
Shirt Number:
DOB: October 4, 1988 (age 27)
Transfer Fee In: Free Transfer
From: Fenerbahe (2016)
Wages:
Contract Expire: 2019


Midfielders

Gary Medel
Position: Midfielder
Shirt Number: 18
DOB: August 3, 1987 (age 28)
Transfer Fee In: ~ €10M
From: Cardiff (2014)
Wages: €1.6M
Contract Expire: 2018

Assane Gnoukouri
Position: Midfielder
Shirt Number: 27
DOB: November 28, 1996 (age 19)
Transfer Fee In: N/A
From: Inter Primavera
Wages: €0.1M
Contract Expire: 2020

Marcelo Brozović
Position: Midfielder
Shirt Number: 77
DOB: November 16, 1992 (age 23)
Transfer Fee In: ~ €8M
From: Dinamo Zagreb (2015)
Wages: €1.2M
Contract Expire: 2020

Geoffrey Kondogbia
Position: Midfielder
Shirt Number: 7
DOB: February 15, 1993 (age 23)
Transfer Fee In: €30M + bonuses
From: AS Monaco (2015)
Wages: €3.5M
Contract Expire: 2020

Felipe Melo
Position: Midfielder
Shirt Number: 83
DOB: June 26 1983 (age 33)
Transfer Fee: €3.7M + €1.5M bonuses
From: Galatasaray (2015)
Wages: €2.5M
Contract Expire: 2017


Forwards

Rodrigo Palacio
Position: Striker
Shirt Number: 8
DOB: February 05 1982 (age 34)
Transfer Fee In: €10.5M
From: Genoa (2012)
Wages: €3.2M
Contract Expire: 2016

Mauro Icardi (A)
Position: Striker
Shirt Number: 9
DOB: Feburary 19 1993 (age 23)
Transfer Fee In: €12M
From: Sampdoria (2013)
Wages: €3.2M
Contract Expire: 2019

Rey Manaj
Position: Striker
Shirt Number: 97
DOB: February 24, 1997 (age 19)
Transfer Fee In: €1M
From: Cremonese (2015)
Wages: €0.08M
Contract Expire: 2016

Jonathan Biabiany (C)
Position: Midfielder/Winger
Shirt Number: 11
DOB: April 28, 1988 (age 28)
Transfer Fee In: FREE
From: Parma (2015)
Wages: €0.6M
Contract Expire: 2019

Stevan Jovetic
Position: Striker
Shirt Number: 10
DOB: November 2, 1989 (age 26)
Transfer Fee In: €3M loan + €12M purchase
From: Manchester City (2015)
Wages: €3M
Contract Expire: 2019

Ivan Perisic
Position: Winger/Striker
Shirt Number: 44
DOB: February 2, 1989 (age 27)
Transfer Fee In: €16M + €3M purchase
From: Wolfsburg (2015)
Wages: €2.7M
Contract Expire: 2020

Adem Ljajic
Position: Winger/Striker
Shirt Number: 22
DOB: September 29, 1991 (age 24)
Transfer Fee In: €1.6M w/ €11M purchase option
From: Roma (2015)
Wages: €1.8M
Contract Expire: 2016

Eder
Position: Striker
Shirt Number: 23
DOB: November 16, 1986 (age 29)
Transfer Fee In: €2M for 2-year loan w/ €11M conditional purchase obligation
From: Sampdoria (2016)
Wages: €
Contract Expire: 2020


Coach

Roberto Mancini
Position: "Manager"
DOB: November 27, 1964 (age 51)
Transfer Fee In: FREE
From: Galatasaray
Wages: €4M
Contract Expire: 2017


(A) Association Trained
(C) Club Trained

Ilkinio
21 May 08, 18:15
Very useful topic! Thx, buddy..

crzdcolombian
21 May 08, 19:05
Rivas cost 3 million euros according to most reports .....

7 million would be retarded unless ur talking about Colombian pesos which would make the figure 3 million haha

Alex de Large
21 May 08, 20:00
Useful thread.

We need to extend Cambiasso and Maxwell i think.

lonewolf19
22 May 08, 01:39
Rivas cost 3 million euros according to most reports .....

7 million would be retarded unless ur talking about Colombian pesos which would make the figure 3 million haha

According most sources I read it cost 7.5 mil. where did you find the 3 mil price tag?


Inter
Italian goalkeeper Enrico Alfonso from Chievo Verona; Portuguese midfielder Vitor Hugo Gomes Pacos from Guimaraes; Romanian defender Cristian Chivu from Roma for a fee of 13m; Chilean midfielder Luis Jimenez on loan from Ternana Calcio; Colombian defender Nelson Rivas from River Plate for a fee of 7.5m; Honduran forward David Suazo from Cagliari for a fee of 14m.

lonewolf19
22 May 08, 01:42
Btw, Looking at Solari, Maicon, Cambiasso makes me wanna cry.

We are paying Solari 3.5 mil while Chuchu earns 3 and Maicon earns 2.

Football is not fair.....

snake
22 May 08, 01:45
Rivas was defintely not over 7. Everywhere I read said 2-3. And im pretty sure crdz would know too.


Marktwert: 3.000.000 €
Vertrag bis: 30.06.2011

lonewolf19
22 May 08, 01:49
Rivas was defintely not over 7. Everywhere I read said 2-3. And im pretty sure crdz would know too.


Marktwert: 3.000.000 €
Vertrag bis: 30.06.2011

Marktwert is market value in German right? If you click on the second page it also mentioned a transfer fee of 7.5mil. I have my doubts too but most sources say so....


Transferhistorie
Saison Monat/jahr von zu ausgel. Ablöse
07/08 07.2007 Club Atlético River Plate Inter Mailand 7.500.000 €
06/07 01.2007 Deportivo Cali Club Atlético River Plate 3.500.000 €
03/04 01.2004 CC Deportes Tolima Deportivo Cali war -
03/04 07.2003 Deportivo Cali CC Deportes Tolima ist ablösefrei
02/03 01.2003 Deportivo Pasto Deportivo Cali ablösefrei
01/02 01.2002 eigene U19 Deportivo Pasto -
Transfererlöse gesamt: 11.000.000 €

rockball
22 May 08, 06:26
Javier Zanetti
Position: Right Back
Transfer Fee: 6.5 million euros
From: Banfield (1995)
Wages: 3 million euros/season
Contract Expire: 2009


Wow!!
He must have been very highly rated. Not a bad amount to pay an Argentine club in those days.

Ziyad
22 May 08, 08:01
Good thing is with Cesar and Solari leaving we can afford 5 million euros to players who can play and actually contribute.

If Figo leaves,that would free up another 3.5 million making the total 8.5 mill...That sum can bring in two or three really good players.

In addition some player's wages need to be increased most importantly Maicon and Maxwell.Those two need to be here and happy,they can be the backbone for Inter for years to come.

Pravesh
22 May 08, 08:10
Good thing is with Cesar and Solari leaving we can afford 5 million euros to players who can play and actually contribute.

If Figo leaves,that would free up another 3.5 million making the total 8.5 mill...That sum can bring in two or three really good players.

In addition some player's wages need to be increased most importantly Maicon and Maxwell.Those two need to be here and happy,they can be the backbone for Inter for years to come.

Yeah Ziyad but then again, Maxwell and co. might be looking for a pay raise. Anywaz, the new coach and his staff is rumoured to cost more I READ.

Well, it's Moratti and co's $$ :D

Btw, that list also doesn't include players like Adriano whom we are still paying a huge huge $$. Hope to see him with us this coming season and he better play how he is being paid !!

achilles
23 May 08, 07:14
Thats really interesting to see when everyone joined, and how much they cost, get paid, etc.

But what about ages? How many years they have been with the club. And then we can estimate how many years each player has left!

Of course, age doesn't matter for Javier, so we can leave him out!

zip
24 May 08, 03:34
Good thread.

Wow, Vieira 5 million.. what a hell. he has been more out of field during the seaons.

lonewolf19
03 Jun 08, 03:16
Orlandoni and Samuel contract extended!
Waiting for actual detail of Ibra and Mourinho's salary to be confirmed.

Mustafa
03 Jun 08, 15:39
Dacourt, Figo ans Solari should leave, they are old for Inter. We can use our Primavera players instead of them.

cloudq
05 Jun 08, 14:29
some of these transfers were during the time of the italian lira

how does anyone actually think the transfer fees actually reflect their price-tag now looking back?

interlab
05 Jun 08, 23:29
oh my GOD look at Cesar's wage anyway LOOK AT SOLARI'S this this oh my GOD 3.5 inter must be crazy paying 3.5 mil to a player that plays only 6 games instead of taking Siligardi i believe he is better than both Solari and Cesar

Mustafa
05 Jun 08, 23:59
oh my GOD look at Cesar's wage anyway LOOK AT SOLARI'S this this oh my GOD 3.5 inter must be crazy paying 3.5 mil to a player that plays only 6 games instead of taking Siligardi i believe he is better than both Solari and Cesar

He's defenately better than both of them. He is young and motivated, so every minute he plays he will give all he can and will develop as well. Meanwhile, Solari & Cesar getting their money and cannot be bothered proving anything.

Sassuolu
07 Jun 08, 15:27
Wait a freakin minute, Cesar's contract is till 2009 oh crap :S

Luka
07 Jun 08, 22:14
He is out. One way or another.

Interista nr.1
07 Jun 08, 23:05
I an see you updated Samuels and Orlandonis wages. How much was they earning before??

Mustafa
08 Jun 08, 00:55
Wait a freakin minute, Cesar's contract is till 2009 oh crap :S

I think Inter will pay any club who will take Cesar :D

lonewolf19
09 Jun 08, 16:53
I an see you updated Samuels and Orlandonis wages. How much was they earning before??

I didnt update the wage section. I am not too sure how much exactly they are earning on the new contract. Since there is no news about wage increase, I assume it stayed the same.

Anyone knows?


p.s. Cordoba date extended

lonewolf19
01 Jul 08, 05:44
Balotelli added
Solari & Cesar removed

Mustafa
01 Jul 08, 12:22
Maniche also removed. I'm surprised that Figo is still there :(

Forza ragazzi
01 Jul 08, 12:31
Why? Figo has signed a new one-year deal.

Mustafa
01 Jul 08, 12:35
Why? Figo has signed a new one-year deal.

Did he? That's not good, but it's my personal opinion.

shahz_nerazzurri
01 Jul 08, 12:56
Wow, it feels good not to see Cesar, Solari or Maniche on the list of players anymore.

And not a single word about their departure on the official site. We are becoming mean, and I like it.

Any way, out of the three definitely Cesar had the most impact. But still he needed to go.

It would have been a perfect day, had Vieira and Figo gotten the boot as well.

I am happy to see Dacourt still in the list, even if their is no official confirmation of his extension.

CafeCordoba
01 Jul 08, 13:01
Wow, it feels good not to see Cesar, Solari or Maniche on the list of players anymore.

And not a single word about their departure on the official site. We are becoming mean, and I like it.

Any way, out of the three definitely Cesar had the most impact. But still he needed to go.

It would have been a perfect day, had Vieira and Figo gotten the boot as well.

I am happy to see Dacourt still in the list, even if their is no official confirmation of his extension.

He signed a two-year extension in 2007, so his contract ends next summer.

shahz_nerazzurri
01 Jul 08, 13:04
Source???

Gazetta published the list of players salaries and contract expiry last year, and had Dacourt expiry in 2008.
But then again, they also said that Cesar was contracted with us till 2009.

Mustafa
01 Jul 08, 15:16
Source???

Gazetta published the list of players salaries and contract expiry last year, and had Dacourt expiry in 2008.
But then again, they also said that Cesar was contracted with us till 2009.

Maybe they confused Cesar with Dacourt :D

A.l.i
01 Jul 08, 15:52
Yeah, inter.it will come out saying "Oops, our bad."

lonewolf19
16 Jul 08, 03:52
Updated.

Amantino Mancini and Francesco Bolzoni added.

lonewolf19
29 Jul 08, 02:22
Muntari added.
We seriously need to start getting rid of players now.

Handoyo
29 Jul 08, 03:13
Wait, I'm seeing now that Ivan Cordoba was bought for SIXTEEN freaking million Euros? Is this for real?

lonewolf19
29 Jul 08, 04:46
Wait, I'm seeing now that Ivan Cordoba was bought for SIXTEEN freaking million Euros? Is this for real?

According to transfermarkt.de
http://www.transfermarkt.de/de/spieler/5772/ivancordoba/transferdaten.html

I agree tho, its farking expansive esp back in the days to pay 16 mil for a defender from Columbia.

A.l.i
29 Jul 08, 10:14
Wait, I'm seeing now that Ivan Cordoba was bought for SIXTEEN freaking million Euros? Is this for real?

That was expected from the old Inter. Fucking ridiculous. :yuck:

Shafs
29 Jul 08, 10:55
That was expected from the old Inter. Fucking ridiculous. :yuck:


Back then, it seems extremely high but 2 me he was one of our best signings, worth every penny.

Handoyo
29 Jul 08, 13:48
Julio Cesar | Transfer Fee: 2.6 million euros
Javier Zanetti | Transfer Fee: 6.5 million euros
Maicon | Transfer Fee: 2.6 million euros
Maxwell | Transfer Fee: Free Transfer
Esteban Cambiasso | Transfer Fee: Free Transfer
Dejan Stankovic | Transfer Fee: 4 million euros <--- wtf is this for real
Hernan Crespo | Transfer Fee: Free Transfer
Mario Balotelli | Transfer Fee: N/A

And how, just how can our Branca & Orialli be so much maligned after pulling these kind of deals!? :wth:

Forza ragazzi
29 Jul 08, 14:04
Truth be told, Oriali-Branca didn't sign Zanetti.

Stankovic was so cheap because his contract expired in the summer, I think.

Suneet
29 Jul 08, 16:35
Julio Cesar | Transfer Fee: 2.6 million euros
Javier Zanetti | Transfer Fee: 6.5 million euros
Maicon | Transfer Fee: 2.6 million euros
Maxwell | Transfer Fee: Free Transfer
Esteban Cambiasso | Transfer Fee: Free Transfer
Dejan Stankovic | Transfer Fee: 4 million euros <--- wtf is this for real
Hernan Crespo | Transfer Fee: Free Transfer
Mario Balotelli | Transfer Fee: N/A

And how, just how can our Branca & Orialli be so much maligned after pulling these kind of deals!? :wth:

Maicon, J.Cesar and JZ all great signings.

Max was injured and his career was looking in tatters.
El Cuchu, good signing but again if Real wanted to keep him even as backup we woudnt have signed him. Good Scouting.
Deki 4m, because Mancio coudnt live without him.
Crespo we made some good money on him.


They cant even sign Quaresma when the player wants to move and their coach wants to have him.... I dont rate them as great transfer gurus, they are great but still have a lot to learn.

Mustafa
29 Jul 08, 16:39
We need some new transfer managers or whatevr they're called. They couldn't get Lampard and Quaresma saga has been on for a month.

Pulsar36
29 Jul 08, 16:44
Since when did Branca and Oriali do Javier Zanetti at 6.5???

tonyloo
29 Jul 08, 16:53
We need some new transfer managers or whatevr they're called. They couldn't get Lampard

No one could.


and Quaresma saga has been on for a month.

Longer. Im sure we can get him tomorrow if we want to overpay. Fact is, we arent Real or United and we wont overpay for average players like they do just to get a fast deal(Pep 30m, Anderson 30m).

Mourinho seems to be calm, he worries more about the size of our squad than to get another winger. If he started to put pressure on the management to get it done Im sure it would be done pretty fast.

The window is open in August.

Mustafa
29 Jul 08, 17:01
The window is open in August.

So let's sign all the players on August 31. I'm only saying that they can do better if not someone else will their place.

rockball
29 Jul 08, 17:01
Ffs, getting Lampard is next to impossible.

If getting Quaresma by paying a ridiculous amount is smart, then we got poor transfer directors.

They showed enough smartness by being quick with Muntari before their manager could step in.

They did very well to get Chivu and Mancini from a direct competitor. Name one in Europe who can do that.

Stefan
29 Jul 08, 17:02
Julio Cesar | Transfer Fee: 2.6 million euros
Javier Zanetti | Transfer Fee: 6.5 million euros
Maicon | Transfer Fee: 2.6 million euros
Maxwell | Transfer Fee: Free Transfer
Esteban Cambiasso | Transfer Fee: Free Transfer
Dejan Stankovic | Transfer Fee: 4 million euros <--- wtf is this for real
Hernan Crespo | Transfer Fee: Free Transfer
Mario Balotelli | Transfer Fee: N/A

And how, just how can our Branca & Orialli be so much maligned after pulling these kind of deals!? :wth:

Branca and Oriali weren't part of Inter when the JZ deal was done.;)

Pulsar36
29 Jul 08, 17:55
That's what I said above. CONCLUSION: They are a bunch of twats. Darky, don't even bother arguing with me today I'll knock you back to Mars dude :D

Ilkinio
29 Jul 08, 18:00
That's what I said above. CONCLUSION: They are a bunch of twats. Darky, don't even bother arguing with me today I'll knock you back to Mars dude :D

I'm always in for a good weed, buddy ;) I won't argue. But one moment :) There are only 2 of them- Branca and Oriali. Can't exactly call them a bunch :D

Adam
29 Jul 08, 18:47
What about Ibra to Inter. It's a fact he could of gone to Manchester, Milan and Chelsea that summer. I'd say that's a job well done from our transfer "guru's".

Suneet
29 Jul 08, 19:10
Moratti got him. I know Helal and Han will be sharpening their knives but you cant tell me that Moratti plays a crucial role.

rsz85
11 Aug 08, 10:18
So, which players have only 1 year left on his contract? (2009)

Toldo? Orlandoni? Dacourt? Cruz? Crespo? Figo?

CafeCordoba
11 Aug 08, 10:35
So, which players have only 1 year left on his contract? (2009)

Toldo? Orlandoni? Dacourt? Cruz? Crespo? Figo?

I believe all those you mentioned.

Forza ragazzi
11 Aug 08, 10:54
Crespo is 2010.

lonewolf19
12 Aug 08, 07:50
Crespo is 2010.

FR are you sure?

From transfermarkt hes signed until 2009

http://www.transfermarkt.de/de/spieler/3410/hernancrespo/profil.html

Forza ragazzi
12 Aug 08, 22:00
FR are you sure?

From transfermarkt hes signed until 2009

http://www.transfermarkt.de/de/spieler/3410/hernancrespo/profil.html

Everywhere it has been said he signed a two-year contract for Inter that started on the day his Chelsea loan finished (and Chelsea released him). That was this summer.

Alex de Large
02 Sep 08, 16:44
Time to add RQ77.

JohnTheBaptist
02 Sep 08, 19:42
Dude's some update maybe? *_*

lonewolf19
03 Sep 08, 05:29
Sorry guys updated.

RQ77 added
Suazo, Pele removed

Alex de Large
03 Sep 08, 05:53
About the wages, i think Patrick Vieira (aka Mr fini$hed), Lui$ Figo and Hernan Cre$po are really over-payed. I'm hoping for the day they leave this team.
Maicon is under-payed, he deserves 3 millions for year.

lonewolf19
03 Sep 08, 05:56
About the wages, i think Patrick Vieira (aka Mr fini$hed), Lui$ Figo and Hernan Cre$po are really over-payed. I'm hoping for the day they leave this team.
Maicon is under-payed, he deserves 3 millions for year.

Agree. Some of the wages may not be updated since I cannot find the exact figures online. For example, Cordoba and Samuel extension mention nothing about their wages. Maicon and Maxwell both deserve a pay raise

Would be glad if anyone have infos on those.

p.s. anyone remember Solari getting paid 3.5 mil for three years? Farking strip it and give it to Maicon&Maxwell

Handoyo
03 Sep 08, 07:12
Is it really true that Quaresma's wage is higher than Ronaldinho's? :confused:

Ilkinio
03 Sep 08, 07:38
Not wage, transfer fee.

Handoyo
03 Sep 08, 07:42
A question asked by a journalist in the press conference:

Is being paid more than Ronaldinho an extra responsibility for you?

And I guess that means higher wage, not higher transfer fee.

Ilkinio
03 Sep 08, 07:44
U can get either meaning, imho.

tonyloo
03 Sep 08, 07:58
It's obviously his transfer fee.

CafeCordoba
03 Sep 08, 08:04
A question asked by a journalist in the press conference:

Is being paid more than Ronaldinho an extra responsibility for you?

And I guess that means higher wage, not higher transfer fee.

Probably it's still the transfer fee, those wage figures aren't as public as transfer fees.

Luka
03 Sep 08, 09:38
I thought it is contract as well, but when you think about it, transfer fee makes more sense.

lonewolf19
03 Sep 08, 11:25
It has to be transfer fee. Dinho is getting paid 6 mil and there is no way we are going over that. Some sources I found say Quaresma contract is only as low as 2.5 mil

JohnTheBaptist
04 Sep 08, 22:33
Sorry... it me again.
Adri is missing... is he getting paid with food coupons? :)

lonewolf19
05 Sep 08, 01:56
Sorry... it me again.
Adri is missing... is he getting paid with food coupons? :)

he is actually getting paid with night club cover charge coupons and beers. Haha
Thanks for catching it. Adri added.

lonewolf19
09 Feb 09, 02:11
Updated.

Couple of contract renewals
Davide Santon added

lonewolf19
02 Mar 09, 23:58
Toldone Contact Renewal updated

lonewolf19
23 Mar 09, 15:15
Cambiasso extension updated

Handoyo
25 Mar 09, 10:03
Just wanna say that you're doing a great job, LW19. :)

CafeCordoba
25 Mar 09, 12:40
Btw, lonewolf19, what are your sources to those salaries? And why Zlatan has still 5m/season salary?

lonewolf19
25 Mar 09, 13:21
Thanks Han!

Cafe, I got the sources from gazetta last year where they publish every team's salary. I do not read Italian and cannot find if they did one for this year (help intended).

It is really hard to find a good source for wages/salaries since they are never announced. Zlatan still have 5 mil because I could not locate a good (credible) source indicating his wages. Some says 8? 10? 11?

Would appreciate if anyone helps out in the wage sections and correct me if I got them wrong.

CafeCordoba
25 Mar 09, 13:55
Thanks Han!

Cafe, I got the sources from gazetta last year where they publish every team's salary. I do not read Italian and cannot find if they did one for this year (help intended).

It is really hard to find a good source for wages/salaries since they are never announced. Zlatan still have 5 mil because I could not locate a good (credible) source indicating his wages. Some says 8? 10? 11?

Would appreciate if anyone helps out in the wage sections and correct me if I got them wrong.

Yeah, I read that salary chart too. The problem with that is that they're still estimates from Gazzetta. It would be nice to read Inter's players' salaries from inter.it or somewhere. For example Roma's website announces the salaries and transfer fees always when they make new contracts or tranfers.

Stefan
25 Mar 09, 21:08
Roma is a public company trading on the stock market they have to release those figures because of law. Man utd also needed to this before Glazer bought them. Private companies don't and have no reason to reveal this info.

lonewolf19
26 Mar 09, 00:50
Cafe or anyone, did Gazetta publish one for this year as well? If so, can you teach me how to get to that?

VLE
26 Mar 09, 02:24
I haven't seen any wage charts this season.

Inter, milan and other clubs won't release accurate data due to tax reasons, ofc unless they decide to put thier name up on the stock market as stef mentioned.

Gasparroni
26 Mar 09, 03:07
I also have a list, but only with contracts. I see we have some differences. I will mark the ones that don't compare:

Julio Cesar 2012
Orlandoni Paolo 2009
Toldo Francesco 2011

Burdisso Nicolas 2011
Chivu Cristian 2012
Here is the proove that Chivu signed untill 2012, and not 2011:
http://www.inter.it/aas/news/reader?L=it&N=38135&stringa=chivu
Cordoba Ramiro 2012
Maicon Douglas 2011
Materazzi Marco 2010
Maxwell Scherrer 2010
Rivas Nelson 2011
Samuel Walter 2012
Davide Santon 2012

Bolzoni Francesco 2012
Cambiasso Esteban 2014
Dacourt Olivier 2009
Figo Luis 2009
Jimenez Luis 2012
Mancini Amantino 2012
Muntari Sulley 2012
Quaresma Ricardo 2013
Stankovic Dejan 2013
Vieira Patrick 2010
Zanetti Javier 2011

Adriano Leite 2010
Balotelli Mario 2011
Crespo Hernan 2009
Cruz Ricardo 2009
Ibrahimovic Zlatan 2013
Obinna Victor 2012 missing
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Nsofor_Obinna

lonewolf19
26 Mar 09, 04:43
Cool, thanks Gasparroni.

CafeCordoba
02 Apr 09, 12:32
Cafe or anyone, did Gazetta publish one for this year as well? If so, can you teach me how to get to that?

Actually now I have it here.

http://img4.imageshack.us/img4/4382/serieasalaries01.gif

So this is the chart published in GdS during the season 2007/2008. I'm sure Jimenez has better salary as he was bought in the summer (was on loan or co-owned last season). Stankovic's salary is estimated higher by GdS than what it's stated in the first post here.

I'm sure Maicon will get a raise to his contract pretty soon, Real Madrid's contacts to Inter are already happening.

VLE
02 Apr 09, 12:43
I believe Maicon already got a raise. The chart was little off IIRC.
With RL shit, I don't remember whole figures anymore, but Vieira is receiving 5.25m and I think contract dates of Cordoba and Cruz were off.

edit: Cruz's is right. Searching for Cordoba.
I know someone's contract was off. Just can't pinpoint it out :(
edit: It's Chivu and Suazo's contract they got wrong. I still believe Cordoba's contract is off, but I think I proved my point without needing to search any further.

CafeCordoba
02 Apr 09, 12:54
I believe Maicon already got a raise. The chart was little off IIRC.
With RL shit, I don't remember whole figures anymore, but Vieira is receiving 5.25m and I think contract dates of Cordoba and Cruz were off.

RL?

And what is the source for that Vieira wage? I don't say that Gazzetta's estimates are right, but at least that is a source.

VLE
02 Apr 09, 13:22
RL = real life

I believe its the same source, Gazzetta, since thats what I've only been glancing for a few years now.

I'm in no position to say which is right and wrong since wages are mostly estimates from media, but I'm just pointing out that they had one or two contract dates wrong on that chart, and wages might not be 100% correct.

CafeCordoba
02 Apr 09, 14:40
RL = real life

I believe its the same source, Gazzetta, since thats what I've only been glancing for a few years now.

I'm in no position to say which is right and wrong since wages are mostly estimates from media, but I'm just pointing out that they had one or two contract dates wrong on that chart, and wages might not be 100% correct.

Ah OK. Sure, I was saying the same thing. That those charts just aren't reliable, they're just estimates from Gazzetta, god knows where they've managed to gather those figures and so.

lonewolf19
24 Apr 09, 22:53
Adriano removed.

Karim
05 May 09, 07:57
I also have a list, but only with contracts. I see we have some differences. I will mark the ones that don't compare:

Julio Cesar 2012
Orlandoni Paolo 2009
Toldo Francesco 2011

Burdisso Nicolas 2011
Chivu Cristian 2012
Here is the proove that Chivu signed untill 2012, and not 2011:
http://www.inter.it/aas/news/reader?L=it&N=38135&stringa=chivu
Cordoba Ramiro 2012
Maicon Douglas 2011
Materazzi Marco 2010
Maxwell Scherrer 2010
Rivas Nelson 2011
Samuel Walter 2012
Davide Santon 2012

Bolzoni Francesco 2012
Cambiasso Esteban 2014
Dacourt Olivier 2009
Figo Luis 2009
Jimenez Luis 2012
Mancini Amantino 2012
Muntari Sulley 2012
Quaresma Ricardo 2013
Stankovic Dejan 2013
Vieira Patrick 2010
Zanetti Javier 2011

Adriano Leite 2010
Balotelli Mario 2011
Crespo Hernan 2009
Cruz Ricardo 2009
Ibrahimovic Zlatan 2013
Obinna Victor 2012 missing
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Nsofor_Obinna

So you are telling me that Crespo and Cruz will be free agents this summer unless we gave them new contracts?? Then why didn't we sell Cruz in the winter window??

By the way, thanks Stefan

CafeCordoba
05 May 09, 08:41
So you are telling me that Crespo and Cruz will be free agents this summer unless we gave them new contracts?? Then why didn't we sell Cruz in the winter window??

By the way, thanks Stefan

Yes, that's how it is. Cruz could have signed to a new club in the 1st of January because that's 6 months from the opening of next transfer window (he would have moved in the 1st of July of course). Inter tried to offload Crespo last summer but he didn't want to move.

Karim
05 May 09, 13:14
I do think we should keep him still

Gasparroni
05 May 09, 13:24
I do think we should keep him stillI think we must get rid of them both and get Milito to replace them. I still don't know if we must keep Acquafresca or put him on loan. It will depend on our other transfers...if we keep Acquafresca, he must play enough either. We musn't waste his talent by putting him on the bench every week.

lonewolf19
13 May 09, 00:26
Orlandoni contract updated

lonewolf19
19 May 09, 01:42
Looking at the salary chart, if Figo, Crespo and Vieira leaves, we are going to have a spare 12 million from wages at least. Remember Mou saying offloading 3 top pay players for 3 youngsters? I think these three are the ones he is talking about.

CafeCordoba
19 May 09, 21:40
And Milito with 3,6m/y and Motta with 3m/y contracts will almost replace 2/3 of those departing big earners.

Alex de Large
20 May 09, 00:45
Motta is going to earn 3 millions? i don't know if cry or laugh.

CafeCordoba
20 May 09, 07:30
Motta is going to earn 3 millions? i don't know if cry or laugh.

That's what the rumor tells us at the moment. For Milito, a 4-year deal. For Motta, a 5-year one.

http://www.gazzetta.it/Calcio/SerieA/Inter/19-05-2009/milito-thiago-oggi-si-chiude-50422370646.shtml

lonewolf19
21 May 09, 02:26
Looks like what you guys said were true. I dont even want to update this thread now. Stupid deals, I can totally see Milito having a 2 good seasons but Motta with 5 year earning 3 mil? He will be earning similar cash as Maicon and JZ, hilarious transfer.

Interista nr.1
24 May 09, 22:29
Motta is going to earn 3 millions? i don't know if cry or laugh.
He's gotta make a living...

lonewolf19
26 May 09, 01:25
Jose's new contract added. He now earns similar salary with Ibra, both highest in their role.

Handoyo
26 May 09, 09:19
Just wanna update the "Keep up the good work, LW19" sentiment here. :)

lonewolf19
27 May 09, 04:04
Thank you Han. :)

I am actually thinking about expanding this thread. I would like to add another list of players on loan and players transferred out. That way, we can look up whether we made a profit/loss (it might hurt... but oh well) on certain players and how many years he contributed.

I would like to make a new post for it but is there a way to add it to the front (maybe post 3)? Or should I just put it at the end of the second post... not sure whats the best option here. Suggestions?

Suneet
27 May 09, 17:44
Like Stef, who makes daily posts, you should make new monthly posts, just my idea.

Mustafa
30 May 09, 18:12
Crespo's contract has expired and he has joined Genoa. Most probably next ones to leave will be Cruz and probably Toldo.

Stefan
30 May 09, 18:17
Crespo's contract has expired and he has joined Genoa. Most probably next ones to leave will be Cruz and probably Toldo.

Toldo is staying till 2011. Cruz,Crespo and figo are the first to go.

Besnik
30 May 09, 18:18
Hope Balotelli will get number 9, if Cruz go :D

Mustafa
30 May 09, 18:26
Toldo is staying till 2011. Cruz,Crespo and figo are the first to go.

I was hoping that either Toldo or Orlandoni will leave so we could promote Vid Belec from Primavera.

Mustafa
30 May 09, 18:28
Hope Balotelli will get number 9, if Cruz go :D

Number 9 is not for Balotelli. 9 is for Zlatann.

It's funny coz before players had fight over number 9 and now if Cruz and Crespo will leave nobody really will need it unless we sign "Number 9" striker.

Besnik
30 May 09, 18:38
Number 9 is not for Balotelli. 9 is for Zlatann.

It's funny coz before players had fight over number 9 and now if Cruz and Crespo will leave nobody really will need it unless we sign "Number 9" striker.

I'd say number 10 is best for Ibra :D

Mustafa
30 May 09, 18:39
I'd say number 10 is best for Ibra :D

It's unless we sign a top playmaker. Then Ibra can take number 9.

Suneet
30 May 09, 20:10
Ibra can have eight, Balotelli 7, Milito 9. 10 for Coutinho. I'm dreaming.

Besnik
30 May 09, 20:28
Ibra can have eight, Balotelli 7, Milito 9. 10 for Coutinho. I'm dreaming.

Wow, nice idea, but I'm dreaming for Ibra 10 :rolleyes:
And Coutinho it's still new, we must wait for him until he will play with us.:)

Pulsar36
30 May 09, 20:35
Normal Order:

http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/1671/table1.jpg

Contract Wages:

http://img188.imageshack.us/img188/3933/table2.jpg

Contract Expiration:

http://img189.imageshack.us/img189/2766/table3f.jpg

Transfer Fee:

http://img189.imageshack.us/img189/3644/table4.jpg

Club Transferred From:

http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/3248/table5.jpg

Year Transferred to Inter:

http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/5746/table6q.jpg

Mustafa
30 May 09, 21:57
Wow, nice idea, but I'm dreaming for Ibra 10 :rolleyes:
And Coutinho it's still new, we must wait for him until he will play with us.:)

Coutinho will join next year.

rsz85
30 May 09, 22:03
I was hoping that either Toldo or Orlandoni will leave so we could promote Vid Belec from Primavera.

Tolso stays till 2011 and Orlandoni resign till 2010.;)

Mustafa
30 May 09, 22:14
Tolso stays till 2011 and Orlandoni resign till 2010.;)

That's good with Orlandoni coz he is getting old and Belec will have another year at Primavera and after he will have two options:
1) become 2nd or 3rd choise keeper, or
2) join a crappy team

VLE
30 May 09, 22:15
thanks pulsar

Ilkinio
31 May 09, 03:13
It should be a joke that Vieira is third highest paid employee in our team.

Mustafa
31 May 09, 09:03
It should be a joke that Vieira is third highest paid employee in our team.

When he joined us our management probably thought that he will become a star. It seems they were wrong, but they can't change terms of the contract. So we will have to wait till his contract expires and he leaves Inter.

lonewolf19
31 May 09, 09:21
When he joined us our management probably thought that he will become a star. It seems they were wrong, but they can't change terms of the contract. So we will have to wait till his contract expires and he leaves Inter.

Which is hopefully this year.

Mustafa
31 May 09, 09:39
Which is hopefully this year.

It's next :( The ones whos contract expires this year are Crespo (left already), Cruz and Figo

lonewolf19
31 May 09, 14:53
It's next :( The ones whos contract expires this year are Crespo (left already), Cruz and Figo

I mean hopefully we can offload him. Selling him basically but most likely he will just sit and collect $

Mustafa
31 May 09, 17:11
I mean hopefully we can offload him. Selling him basically but most likely he will just sit and collect $

It will be easy to offload him if he wants to do something with his career, which he probably doesn't. Se he well probably sit and collect $$$

Stefan
06 Jun 09, 12:21
Today's gazetta say matrix has renewed till 2012 with lower wages and santon has signed an extension till 2014.

Mustafa
06 Jun 09, 12:36
Today's gazetta say matrix has renewed till 2012 with lower wages and santon has signed an extension till 2014.

Matrix will probably retire at Inter and he wants to win CL. Since he can only be a regular at an average Serie A team that doesn't play in Europe he preferred reduced wages and bench at Inter.

Good to hear that Santon signed 5-year contract. He will be regular next season for sure.

thomas_inter
07 Jun 09, 00:04
How's Cruz contract? Why didn't he get a bye bye at our Atalanta home game if this maybe was his last Inter match. He saved our asses a lot of times and he deserves a lot of respect, not just being kicked out...!

Does he has a contract or will it end this summer (Or maybe it has already ended?)

Mustafa
07 Jun 09, 08:28
How's Cruz contract? Why didn't he get a bye bye at our Atalanta home game if this maybe was his last Inter match. He saved our asses a lot of times and he deserves a lot of respect, not just being kicked out...!

Does he has a contract or will it end this summer (Or maybe it has already ended?)

His contract probably expires on 31 June 2009. Then the following day inter.it will issue a statement saying something like that: "Julio Cruz left the team after his contract expired. From all the officials and supporters we thank him and wish him luck."

thomas_inter
07 Jun 09, 11:01
That's a shame imo.

Suneet
07 Jun 09, 17:27
His contract probably expires on 31 June 2009. Then the following day inter.it will issue a statement saying something like that: "Julio Cruz left the team after his contract expired. From all the officials and supporters we thank him and wish him luck."

It wont ever. That date doesnt exist.:P

A.l.i
07 Jun 09, 17:31
It wont ever. That date doesnt exist.:P

:lol:

Gold !!

Nyall
07 Jun 09, 17:37
No wonder Cruz didn't care about getting a farewell. He's easily outsmarted the entire Inter management and now he'll earn 3 mill a year till he dies.

Mustafa
07 Jun 09, 17:42
It wont ever. That date doesnt exist.:P

Do you really think so? I have the feeling that he will leave, otherwise Inter would have renewed his contract long time ago.

Nyall
07 Jun 09, 17:53
Do you really think so? I have the feeling that he will leave, otherwise Inter would have renewed his contract long time ago.

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

Mustafa
07 Jun 09, 18:05
:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

What's so funny?

Stefan
07 Jun 09, 19:49
What's so funny?

There's no 31 June, June only has 30 days.;)

Mustafa
07 Jun 09, 20:49
There's no 31 June, June only has 30 days.;)

That's a good one. Dubai heat burnt my brain, lol :D

Besnik
08 Jun 09, 10:26
:lol::lol::lol:

Stefan
10 Jun 09, 13:48
Matrix's contract was extended confirmed by Moratti.
http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.24oredisport.com%2F%3Faction%3D read%26idnotizia%3D12048&sl=it&tl=en&history_state0=it%7Cen%7CSecondo%2520il%2520sito%2 520online%2520del%2520giornale%2520spagnolo%2520al l%2527Inter%2520andrebbero%2520Eto%2527o%2520pi%25 C3%25B9%2520un%2520conguaglio%2520di%252010%2520mi lioni.%2520Ma%2520mancherebbe%2520ancora%2520il%25 20%2522s%25C3%25AC%2522%2520del%2520camerunese%250 A%250AMILANO%252C%252010%2520giugno%25202009%2520-%2520La%2520notizia%2520arriva%252C%2520fragorosa% 252C%2520dal%2520Mundo%2520Deportivo%253A%2520l%25 27accordo%2520Inter-Barcellona%2520per%2520il%2520trasferimento%2520in %2520Spagna%2520di%2520Zlatan%2520Ibrahimovic%2520 sarebbe%2520cosa%2520fatta%252C%2520con%2520contes tuale%2520arrivo%2520in%2520nerazzurro%2520dell%25 27attaccante%2520camerunese%2520Samuel%2520Eto%252 7o%2520e%2520un%2520conguaglio%2520di%252010%2520m ilioni%2520di%2520euro.%2520Al%2520puzzle%2520manc a%2520per%25C3%25B2%2520un%2520ultimo%2520tassello %253A%2520il%2520%2522s%25C3%25AC%2522%2520del%252 0giocatore%252C%2520che%252C%2520com%2527%25C3%25A 8%2520noto%252C%2520non%2520%25C3%25A8%2520un%2520 tipo%2520molto%2520facile%2520agli%2520accordi.%25 20Soprattutto%2520se%2520le%2520cifre%2520non%2520 arrivano%2520a%2520un%2520congruo%2520tot%2520di%2 520zeri%2520finali.%2520Eppure%2520stavolta%2520se mbrerebbe%2520quella%2520buona%253A%2520%2522Accor do%2520del%2520Barca%2520per%2520Ibrahimovic%2522% 252C%2520si%2520legge%2520nella%2520versione%2520o n%2520line%2520del%2520giornale%2520iberico%252C%2 520%2522Bar%25C3%25A7a%2520e%2520Inter%2520hanno%2 520chiuso%2520un%2520accordo%2520per%2520il%2520tr asferimento%2520di%2520Ibrahimovic%253A%2520le%252 0parti%2520hanno%2520trovato%2520un%2520accordo%25 20fissando%2520il%2520prezzo%2520di%2520Ibrahimovi c%2520per%252010%2520milioni%2520di%2520euro%2520p i%25C3%25B9%2520il%2520passaggio%2520di%2520Samuel %2520Eto%2527o%2520all%2527Inter%2522.%250A%250ASe guono%2520aggiornamenti%2520su%2520gazzetta.it%250 Agasport%2520

Besnik
10 Jun 09, 13:54
Matrix's contract was extended confirmed by Moratti.
http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.24oredisport.com%2F%3Faction%3D read%26idnotizia%3D12048&sl=it&tl=en&history_state0=it%7Cen%7CSecondo%2520il%2520sito%2 520online%2520del%2520giornale%2520spagnolo%2520al l%2527Inter%2520andrebbero%2520Eto%2527o%2520pi%25 C3%25B9%2520un%2520conguaglio%2520di%252010%2520mi lioni.%2520Ma%2520mancherebbe%2520ancora%2520il%25 20%2522s%25C3%25AC%2522%2520del%2520camerunese%250 A%250AMILANO%252C%252010%2520giugno%25202009%2520-%2520La%2520notizia%2520arriva%252C%2520fragorosa% 252C%2520dal%2520Mundo%2520Deportivo%253A%2520l%25 27accordo%2520Inter-Barcellona%2520per%2520il%2520trasferimento%2520in %2520Spagna%2520di%2520Zlatan%2520Ibrahimovic%2520 sarebbe%2520cosa%2520fatta%252C%2520con%2520contes tuale%2520arrivo%2520in%2520nerazzurro%2520dell%25 27attaccante%2520camerunese%2520Samuel%2520Eto%252 7o%2520e%2520un%2520conguaglio%2520di%252010%2520m ilioni%2520di%2520euro.%2520Al%2520puzzle%2520manc a%2520per%25C3%25B2%2520un%2520ultimo%2520tassello %253A%2520il%2520%2522s%25C3%25AC%2522%2520del%252 0giocatore%252C%2520che%252C%2520com%2527%25C3%25A 8%2520noto%252C%2520non%2520%25C3%25A8%2520un%2520 tipo%2520molto%2520facile%2520agli%2520accordi.%25 20Soprattutto%2520se%2520le%2520cifre%2520non%2520 arrivano%2520a%2520un%2520congruo%2520tot%2520di%2 520zeri%2520finali.%2520Eppure%2520stavolta%2520se mbrerebbe%2520quella%2520buona%253A%2520%2522Accor do%2520del%2520Barca%2520per%2520Ibrahimovic%2522% 252C%2520si%2520legge%2520nella%2520versione%2520o n%2520line%2520del%2520giornale%2520iberico%252C%2 520%2522Bar%25C3%25A7a%2520e%2520Inter%2520hanno%2 520chiuso%2520un%2520accordo%2520per%2520il%2520tr asferimento%2520di%2520Ibrahimovic%253A%2520le%252 0parti%2520hanno%2520trovato%2520un%2520accordo%25 20fissando%2520il%2520prezzo%2520di%2520Ibrahimovi c%2520per%252010%2520milioni%2520di%2520euro%2520p i%25C3%25B9%2520il%2520passaggio%2520di%2520Samuel %2520Eto%2527o%2520all%2527Inter%2522.%250A%250ASe guono%2520aggiornamenti%2520su%2520gazzetta.it%250 Agasport%2520

Nice to hear that :happy:, Congratz Matrix, I want to you retirement with us, and have a nice matches next season :D

tritolone
10 Jun 09, 14:17
Forza Matrix, I hope he follows his father's footsteps and becomes a coach one day.

thomas_inter
12 Jun 09, 21:17
Kickboxing coach I hope...

rsz85
13 Jun 09, 18:12
When did Maicon resign till 2013? He said today he has contract till that date.

I searched on inter.it, but i didn't find anything and on the first page of topic: it's 2011 (his first contract)

CafeCordoba
13 Jun 09, 20:20
When did Maicon resign till 2013? He said today he has contract till that date.

I searched on inter.it, but i didn't find anything and on the first page of topic: it's 2011 (his first contract)

It was in Gazzetta dello Sport that he signed a renewal in last December.

lonewolf19
30 Jun 09, 02:11
Diego Milito added
Quaresma transfer fee clarified

Besnik
30 Jun 09, 10:00
Welcome Milito, soon we will be noticed and for Motta too, bcause and he is our player already ;)

Bes
30 Jun 09, 10:18
I didn't know this topic is updated. Thanks very much lonywolf...

lonewolf19
30 Jun 09, 10:59
I didn't know this topic is updated. Thanks very much lonywolf...

np it will constantly be updated once we sign a player or once a player leaves... check back for more details ;)

Gasparroni
30 Jun 09, 11:01
Figo stopped, Cruz is gone and Crespo is gone to Genoa.

Besnik
30 Jun 09, 11:08
Cruz our legend, I think and Cruz deserves to be in La Grande Inter :cry:
Good luck Jardinero ;)

Mustafa
30 Jun 09, 11:30
Figo stopped, Cruz is gone and Crespo is gone to Genoa.

Anybody else? I think the rest have renewed their contracts but might be wrong.

lonewolf19
30 Jun 09, 11:40
Dont worry I am up to date with the current season. I am waiting for inter.it to remove them from roster or make an official announcement before changing the thread.

Gasparroni
30 Jun 09, 13:02
Dont worry I am up to date with the current season. I am waiting for inter.it to remove them from roster or make an official announcement before changing the thread.It has already been said by Moratti on inter.it:

http://www.inter.it/aas/news/reader?L=en&N=31596&stringa=crespo


Hernan Crespo, who will play for Genoa next season, left with great respect for Inter and the Inter fans.
"Crespo has been very important for us. He has scored important goals and we will have a good memory of him. The same goes for another great player, Luis Figo. In his time here, and we hope in the future too, he has not only shown that he is a fantastic player, but a fantastic person too and he is a shining example for all his team-mates and for the club. I believe and hope that we can renew, not in footballing terms, but in a management role, although I think he could have played on for another year. A thought also for Cruz, who is at the end of his contract. Less has been said about him, but he has been formidable and fantastic for Inter. With his great personality he has often led us to victory. He has played a bit less this year, but he was indispensable in the past. We have grown fond of these three players that I have just mentioned, but we are also grateful to them and I would like to say thank you. Players like these don't deserve to be 'super substitutes'. Apart from Figo, who has stopped, the others can still be absolute protagonists in other teams."

Besnik
30 Jun 09, 19:31
Crespo was our heart, I never hated him, he had specia place in Inter and I will never forgot him, good luck Hernan ;) You are champion!

Luka
01 Jul 09, 00:14
There has been some changes in our roster on inter.it

Figo is out, Quaresma is back. In attack Cruz and Crespo are gone, Suazo is back.

In coming days we will see probably more of these.

lonewolf19
01 Jul 09, 01:35
Figo, Cruz, Crespo, Dacourt moved to Former Players & Coaches Contract thread.

Suazo is added back in.

lonewolf19
01 Jul 09, 18:09
Matrix contract updated

Bolozoni and Jimenez moved

Thiago Motta added

Mustafa
01 Jul 09, 18:20
Matrix contract updated

Bolozoni and Jimenez moved

Thiago Motta added

Bolzoni joined Genoa permanently unfortunately :(

lonewolf19
01 Jul 09, 18:21
Bolzoni joined Genoa permanently unfortunately :(

ya, that is why he was moved to the former player contract thread.
Check it there and you will find his name

Mustafa
01 Jul 09, 18:27
ya, that is why he was moved to the former player contract thread.
Check it there and you will find his name

I was just upset that we lost one of our youngsters again

Mustafa
01 Jul 09, 18:54
Now we have too many defenders and too few midfielders. For the remaining 2 months we should focus on getting 1 star midfielder and 1 good one, especially considering that Viera will probably leave.

Besnik
02 Jul 09, 08:56
Now we have too many defenders and too few midfielders. For the remaining 2 months we should focus on getting 1 star midfielder and 1 good one, especially considering that Viera will probably leave.

We have already one star midfielder, but I can't wait to see him at Inter. I'm talking about Coutinho :rolleyes:

Mustafa
02 Jul 09, 09:33
We have already one star midfielder, but I can't wait to see him at Inter. I'm talking about Coutinho :rolleyes:

We still can sign 1 star midfielder and next year we'll have 2 after Coutinho joins us.

Besnik
02 Jul 09, 09:35
We still can sign 1 star midfielder and next year we'll have 2 after Coutinho joins us.

Bro, for that one star midfielder, I hope he can be Ribery :proud:. He will be absoulutely great with us. Just I hope this will happen.

Mustafa
02 Jul 09, 09:39
Bro, for that one star midfielder, I hope he can be Ribery :proud:. He will be absoulutely great with us. Just I hope this will happen.

Ribery would be great and also Number 7 is vacant :)

Besnik
02 Jul 09, 09:45
Yeah number 7 is free (Ribery can keep if he comes) so we can kick Quaresma wth number 77 :D, lol :lol:

Mustafa
02 Jul 09, 09:48
Yeah number 7 is free (Ribery can keep if he comes) so we can kick Quaresma wth number 77 :D, lol :lol:

Unfortunately there are no rumors linking Ribery to us :(

lonewolf19
10 Jul 09, 03:44
Kerlon added

Forza Nerazurri
11 Jul 09, 15:51
maicons contract is only until 2011?.............thought it was longer

lonewolf19
13 Jul 09, 02:16
maicons contract is only until 2011?.............thought it was longer

Rumors has it that he is being paid 3.5 mil and 2013 I believe. I cannot find the source though

CafeCordoba
13 Jul 09, 06:25
Rumors has it that he is being paid 3.5 mil and 2013 I believe. I cannot find the source though

Actually the rumor was 3,7m annually, renewed in December. It was in GdS but no link yes.

Michael
13 Jul 09, 07:23
http://www.fcinternews.it/?action=read&idnotizia=6229

This source suggests that Maicon rumored salary is somewhere around 4.5 mil (3.8 before). Not sure how accurate this is so...

CafeCordoba
13 Jul 09, 07:29
http://www.fcinternews.it/?action=read&idnotizia=6229

This source suggests that Maicon rumored salary is somewhere around 4.5 mil (3.8 before). Not sure how accurate this is so...

Yes, 3,8m or 3,7m. That raise to 4,5m is done by giving him the image rights. But the there is no new contract yet.

lonewolf19
13 Jul 09, 08:48
Some good looking stats from transfermarkt.de

It looks like we may have gotten Motta for free with all the players we sent to Genoa. If this were true, the deal looks a lot better because we would only pay 7 mil in cash for Milito and Motta.

That should also imply we still have some cash laying around for big purchases

CafeCordoba
13 Jul 09, 09:10
Some good looking stats from transfermarkt.de

It looks like we may have gotten Motta for free with all the players we sent to Genoa. If this were true, the deal looks a lot better because we would only pay 7 mil in cash for Milito and Motta.

That should also imply we still have some cash laying around for big purchases

I don't believe that. We couldn't get 18m with Bolzoni, Bonucci and Meggiorini.

Mustafa
13 Jul 09, 09:11
Big purchases will come for sure. It's hard to believe that Motta and Milito will conclude our mercato.

lonewolf19
13 Jul 09, 18:51
I don't believe that. We couldn't get 18m with Bolzoni, Bonucci and Meggiorini.

yea, I doubt it too.

It is 13 mil for Motta in total.
After we sold the players completely to Genoa, Meggiorni and Bonucci went on a co-ownership with Bari I believe. If we double the co-ownership deal to be the full price of the player, it will add up. It is listed on transfermarkt.de, take a look.

CafeCordoba
13 Jul 09, 19:12
yea, I doubt it too.

It is 13 mil for Motta in total.
After we sold the players completely to Genoa, Meggiorni and Bonucci went on a co-ownership with Bari I believe. If we double the co-ownership deal to be the full price of the player, it will add up. It is listed on transfermarkt.de, take a look.

transfermarket.de don't know shit. I trust more on Italian media where it was Motta 18m and Milito 22m.

mournickio
13 Jul 09, 19:50
transfermarket.de don't know shit. I trust more on Italian media where it was Motta 18m and Milito 22m.

I cant believe that motta was valued 0 last year and now we paid 18m for him,italian media is probably exaggerating things....

CafeCordoba
13 Jul 09, 21:09
I cant believe that motta was valued 0 last year and now we paid 18m for him,italian media is probably exaggerating things....

He was a free agent, so he came for free. Of course his value wasn't 0, but Genoa had no one to pay for to get him. He played a great season and we paid an overprice to get him. It's that simple.

Luka
13 Jul 09, 22:07
Sounds familiar?

So I hope people will realise it's not only Inter who signes those "idiotic" contracts.


Enticing players to sign with lucrative contracts is why Juventus are having so much difficulty in selling them later, says Giovanni Spinella

Juventus needed to re-establish their status as a major force following Calciopoli. The club thus signed the players that they felt would serve. As everyone knows, this has not been an unqualified success. For every excellent Mohammed Sissoko and Amauri, there has been a Sergio Almiron, an Andrade, a Tiago, a Christian Poulsen, men who have disappointed during their time in Turin.

Selling these kind of flops, to recoup some of the money originally invested on them, is obviously a ploy that the club have considered. The problem is actually doing so. And it is a similar scenario with players like David Trezeguet, a striker whose time in Turin may have come to an end.

In all cases, it comes down to the generous terms that the club’s management offered the players when they were first signed or retained. Post Calciopoli, not only did the club need to recover their position, but also their attraction. Offering generous wages was deemed the way to do so. And this is where Juventus’ situation took on a Catch-22 aspect.

The terms used to sign players are now the main element that is keeping those same men from moving. It would seem that some are more than happy to stay on the bench and play football in order to retain their contracts, as if they are aware that no other club will offer them as much as what they can get in Turin – especially after their recent disappointing seasons.

This might be an ungenerous interpretation of these players’ motives. It could be they wish to prove their worth, desirous of that second chance that in a way Juventus themselves asked of Italy and Europe once they re-emerged from Serie B. But with prospects of match time dwindling as newer players come into the side this explanation loses in potency.

One would hope Juventus have learned a few lessons. To start with, offer a less generous basic salary, tying additional money to players’ performance so that if they don’t deliver they have their own incentive to leave.

Another thought is this. Juventus should spend a little less time hungrily looking for players abroad and more time developing their own home-grown talent. After all, is Poulsen superior to Antonio Nocerino? The Old Lady’s books would then look healthier and the club probably stronger.

CafeCordoba
13 Jul 09, 23:07
Why should we realise this? Why do you try to play down Inter's fucks up by saying other idiots do it also? That it isn't so idiotic after all when others do it too? Okay, I know you're just saying, but you have this habit really. We shouldn't be so defensive with Inter when there are fucking up going on for real.

But Juventus is a very good example of how they've managed to fuck up too. Those names, Almiron, Tiago, Poulsen. It's really hard for Juve to get rid of them. Secco and co can be proud of themselves. :P

Just like Inter management. :rolleyes:

Stefan
14 Jul 09, 09:49
transfermarket.de don't know shit. I trust more on Italian media where it was Motta 18m and Milito 22m.

The Italian media never said the value in money. They said total value of the deals. The only players value they mentioned was acquafresca at 14 million. The rest we have no clue so we don't know if transfermerket.de is wrong or not.

CafeCordoba
14 Jul 09, 10:20
The Italian media never said the value in money. They said total value of the deals. The only players value they mentioned was acquafresca at 14 million. The rest we have no clue so we don't know if transfermerket.de is wrong or not.

That's what I meant. Motta valued 18m and Milito 22m.

Milito <-> Acquafresca + 8m
Motta <-> X m + Bolzoni, Bonucci, Meggiorini.

transfermarket.de lists:

Milito 25m
Motta 15m

Acquafresca 15m
Meggiorini 5m
Bonucci 4m
Bolzoni 3m

Does anyone honestly believe we can get 4m for Bonucci and 3m for Bolzoni? When at the same time are getting 5,5m for Obinna who is a striker with an actual experience from Serie A. Same goes for Meggiorini but at least he has some good record from Serie B last season.

I mean how they pull all those figures? They have market value for Bonucci 400k, and then his value in transfer was 4m? Bolzoni 800k and 3m, Meggiorini 1,5m and 5m. Totally out of their ass all these figures.

I think we paid in the range of 18-20m in cash for Milito+Motta in addition to the players we gave to them. That way those three in Motta deal would be valued 6-8m which sounds more reasonable to me, when we look at other deals done this summer. Obinna I explained and for example Cigarini went to Napoli for 5m and he has played as starter for Parma last season and for Atalanta this season. No way Bolzoni or Bonucci are 3m in that perspective.

Stefan
14 Jul 09, 10:38
Players have been overvalued before when it comes to part exchange. They have valued a lot higher than when trying to sell them. I am not saying you are wrong with your assumption I am just saying its is possible that these players were valued like transfermarkt.de says.

CafeCordoba
14 Jul 09, 11:14
Well, you can believe in what you want like I do. I definitely don't believe in those figures.

Stefan
14 Jul 09, 11:35
Well, you can believe in what you want like I do. I definitely don't believe in those figures.

Fair enough. We won't ever know since neither inter or genoa are going to release the figures.:)

Luka
14 Jul 09, 11:43
Why should we realise this? Why do you try to play down Inter's fucks up by saying other idiots do it also? That it isn't so idiotic after all when others do it too? Okay, I know you're just saying, but you have this habit really. We shouldn't be so defensive with Inter when there are fucking up going on for real.

It's very simple actually and it goes like this:

If somebody will be angry at every mistake the club will do, he will never be happy. Ever. He will constantly be blaming the club, because there is no perfect club in the world. For me there are 2 sets of fans in this area. Those who are aware with this kind of buisness (multimilion buisness) mistakes and risks(thus mistakes at some %), and those who are blaming every bad decision that club makes, no matter what circumstances it was or when.

I am in the group A, and I know Stefan is too, and probably couple of others over here, while the mosst people(and lately too) are in the group B.

Example? Sissoko. Everybody, and I mean everybody, or close to everybody was laughing at Juve signing him, because of the way he played at Liverpool(nothing special). Why they are not laughing now? The risk payed off, he is now worth more than what Juve payed for him. This time the risk payed off, they signed Poulsen, the risk didn't payed off. This is PART of the buisness. Melo? Who a year ago thought he will be a player today. NOBODY even knew the guy, same me. They bought him, and they got 3 times the price they payed. But with every move like this there are also moves that didn't payed off, that's not a mistake, that's part of this buisness.

Now either a person follows this logic and gives a club some(some not all) credit, or he complains at player B(who didn't make it) and doesn't even mention player A(who was a big hit). But both, were a risks.

Simple ? :)

...

You Cafe are a little unconsequent. If you were unhappy about selling the younsters, then it is fair to believe that they were valued at some price, that would be higher than a player of the same ability but 5-10 years older, because of the pottential.

I for one would be either unhappy at selling those youngsters, because I think they would be sosmething in the future, but if I believe that I should believe also their value is not low. OR not be unhappy at them selling thus thinking their value would be lower and could be not significant in those deals.

Not both, but that's maybe just me.

CafeCordoba
14 Jul 09, 12:00
That fan categorizing is hugely black-and-white stuff. I could categorize it by saiyng there are group A who thinks realistically all the shit and group B who are happy about everything the club do. See? This either-or thinking leads us to nowhere. I'm fully aware of the the multimillion business which is behind the top football. Winners make the right decisions, suckers make wrong ones. It's that simple. I'd like Inter to belong to the formers.

About youngsters, then that's just you. It's not that simple. Their value at this moment isn't too big, they have zero experience in Serie A. I just don't believe Genoa would have "paid" that much for their potential. You guys can believe, I don't.

lonewolf19
14 Jul 09, 13:31
That's what I meant. Motta valued 18m and Milito 22m.

Milito <-> Acquafresca + 8m
Motta <-> X m + Bolzoni, Bonucci, Meggiorini.

transfermarket.de lists:

Milito 25m
Motta 15m

Acquafresca 15m
Meggiorini 5m
Bonucci 4m
Bolzoni 3m


Why dont you look at it the other way around? Maybe Milito is not worth 25 mil and Motta is not worth 15 mil as suggested. All of these numbers can be made up for tax purposes and it is not the first time Inter did that.

Luka
14 Jul 09, 16:06
Winners make the right decisions, suckers make wrong ones. It's that simple. I'd like Inter to belong to the formers.
I guess you're not a sucker right?

So why don't you ask all your family to borrow you money from banks, if that is that simple and it is all about making a right decision and it's so easy, and start a football club on your own ?

I'm sure with making only right decisions you can make the team signing players, and then selling them for 4x their worth.

CafeCordoba
14 Jul 09, 16:32
I think that post won't deserve a reply.

Luka
14 Jul 09, 18:57
Why not? It wasn't offensive or anything?

If that is so simple to just make a good decisions, why not start doing it?

What's wrong with that? Hell I tell you now, that if i had this state of mind, that something is so simple I would pick that as my carear choice. Wouldn't you ?

lonewolf19
16 Jul 09, 03:02
Maxwell removed

lonewolf19
21 Jul 09, 00:51
Lucio added.
Anyone have credible source about his salary?

CafeCordoba
21 Jul 09, 06:31
It was rumored to be 3,6m and rising (probably over 4m in his last year) but I don't remember the source.

lonewolf19
24 Jul 09, 05:33
So regarding Eto'o and Ibra salary, did anyone figure out if it is before tax or after tax?

From my understanding, Ibra gets 9 million euro per year NET. Since tax is around 43% in Italy for footballers, the gross amount we are paying is 12.87 million euros which is the 12-13 mil speculated. Now we are offering 10.5 million euro per year GROSS to Eto'o which means he nets about 7.3 millions/yr?? That is going to the same amount he earns at Barca according to the reports below.

http://www.insideworldsoccer.com/2009/02/zlatan-ibrahimovic-and-kaka-worlds-best.html
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/leagues/premierleague/4537364/Zlatan-Ibrahimovic-and-Kaka-pip-Premier-League-stars-in-football-wages-list.html

Is that reliable?

pointing towards Cafe and Stefan :P

CafeCordoba
24 Jul 09, 07:41
Yeah, it's pretty complicated when it comes to gross or net salaries. Italian media don't tell it explicitly which one they are talking and they've been talking about both figures in recent years.

You remember the Vieira case? How it was talked his annual salary is over 5m (5,8m was mentioned somewhere) and that Inter would save over 10m if they dumped him. Meaning they've been talking about net salary with that "over 5m". And same was with Adriano, how we supposedly saved almost 10m when we rescinded the contract.

That would lead that famous Gazzetta salary chart telling us net salaries. BTW I don't trust that Portuguese paper's estimations, I've heard from other sources (English football followers) those are just figures out of their heads. I mean 9m can't be calculated to 12m in anyway. 9/12 = 0.75 and tax percentage isn't 25 in Italy.

LW19 do you know how to calculate this before-after-tax-figures ?

Tax is 43% so..

Gross salary - (gross salary * 0.43) = net salary
=>
Gross * 0.57 = net salary
=>
Net salary / 0.57 = gross salary

But I'm not really sure can it be calculated so straightforwardly as this. Ibra's net salary according to this formula would be 12 / 0.57 = 6,84m. It's okay but just over 1m more than what Vieira was earning. Maybe it was so then and pay raises were justified.

And Spanish media reports figures always in gross like I explained in Eto'o thread and they talked about Ibra would earn 9m so that would go to ~6,75m with their "Beckham law (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beckham_law)" which grants foreigners to have only 25% as their tax rate (for their first six years in Spain).

This way Eto'o would earn just under 6m, so it's nice pay raise if his former salary was around 7,5-8m (in gross). And he had to pay as Spanish so there was the ~same tax rate (43%) as in Italy, meaning he got 4,3-4,6m at Barcelona.

It's pretty hard with these salaries as Italian media is so fucked up with them.

lonewolf19
24 Jul 09, 08:02
Cafe, I do not know if the salary calculation before and after are that simple but looking at this...

http://sports.sg.msn.com/football/article.aspx?cp-documentid=3388419

They say CR9 salary will be gross 13 mil and about 9.75 mil in net due to Beckham law. Since it says this top Zlatan's, I am sure the 12 mil figure is in gross as well. That means we can infer that Zlatan's net salary will be 6.84 mil like you mentioned. Spanish media claimed he now earns 9 million in Barca and using Beckham law we will get 6.75. This maybe why the media is saying Zlatan will earn similar net salary as before.

This kinda make sense now....

rockball
24 Jul 09, 10:40
Wtf is Beckham's law?

Ehsan
24 Jul 09, 10:52
Wtf is Beckham's law?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beckham_law

Instead of paying 45% on all his income, he pays 25% of his salary and 0% of his international income (sponsorships, investments, etc.)

Compare this to higher tax rates like 50% in UK and Italy, and you can see why everyone is pretending that Spain has been their dream home since they were kids.

CafeCordoba
24 Jul 09, 10:55
Tax rate in Italy is 43% for "high-rollers". England had 40% but it's going to rise to 50% now and that's why we might see some movement from England to Spain or pay raises. For example Arshavin and Alonso have complained about the tax rate rise in the media.

Adam
24 Jul 09, 14:26
Tax rate in Italy is 43% for "high-rollers". England had 40% but it's going to rise to 50% now and that's why we might see some movement from England to Spain or pay raises. For example Arshavin and Alonso have complained about the tax rate rise in the media.

Speaking of Arshavin...A little of topic but you all really have to see this.

7ieW22S7Xs8

Luka
24 Jul 09, 17:14
[...]and you can see why everyone is pretending that spain has been their dream home since they were kids.
:d

Handoyo
24 Jul 09, 18:50
Hoooooly shit

The Beckham law

Seriously?

No joke?

T - H - E --- B - E - C - K - H - A - M --- L - A - W

???

That sounds so wrong, so so wrong

rsz85
24 Jul 09, 18:59
Can anyone write how much salaries had been free up because the leaving of Cruz, Crespo, Figo, Maxwell, Jimenez, Adriano, Dacourt?

And this number compared to the new ones salaries? i think we can get a less number for new season maybe.

+ we are in positive in the transfer moneys
+ 27% upgrade in season tickets

= We are in good position financially.

lonewolf19
28 Jul 09, 01:00
Zlatan moved.
Samuel Eto'o added

lonewolf19
28 Jul 09, 01:06
Can anyone write how much salaries had been free up because the leaving of Cruz, Crespo, Figo, Maxwell, Jimenez, Adriano, Dacourt?

And this number compared to the new ones salaries? i think we can get a less number for new season maybe.

+ we are in positive in the transfer moneys
+ 27% upgrade in season tickets

= We are in good position financially.

Quick Estimates.

Wage Free up: Zlatan 11, Dacourt 1.5, Figo 3.5, Cruz 2.5, Crespo 3.5, Maxwell 2, Adriano 5 = 29 million euros

New Wage: Mourinho +1, Eto'o 10.5, Lucio 3.6, Motta 3, Milito 3.6 = 21.7 million euros

Transfer Fee Balance: +24.5 million euros

Total = 24.5 + (29-21.7) = 31.8 million euros

CafeCordoba
28 Jul 09, 06:28
Didn't we agree already Zlatan's NET salary wasn't 11m.

lonewolf19
28 Jul 09, 08:02
Yes. For calculation purposes, I put Eto'o as 10.5 mil to balance so that the difference remain constant.

Luka
28 Jul 09, 10:04
Figo 3,5 ???????

And didn't Zlatan have 12 mil a year, not 11 ??

lonewolf19
28 Jul 09, 13:12
Figo 3,5 ???????

And didn't Zlatan have 12 mil a year, not 11 ??

Figo wage was base on the famous Gazetta chart estimates along with players that are with us in the season of 2007/08 I believe.

There were many different sources for Zlatan's salary... some says 11 some says 12.

CafeCordoba
28 Jul 09, 13:32
But that 12m was gross salary, not net. I mean, when I've thought about this, it's pretty hard to believe we would have paid over 20m for one year of Zlatan (with Italy's taxation, 12m net salary would cost Inter over 20m).

However, these salary things are hard to estimate because of the confusing figures in Italian media. Italian media uses 12m everytime they talk about Zlatan. But at the same time they use figures like 3,5m for Figo, 3,6m for Lucio etc. It can't be that Zlatan would have earnt over 3x more than those players. That Inter had to pay over 20m to have Zlatan for one season, and litte over 6m to have Figo for one season.

That's why I think Gazzetta's salary chart was just an estimation of how much those players earn AFTER taxes. And that 12m Inter paid to Zlatan was gross salary. It would make more sense in that way.

So one way could be to use gross salaries, but the problem is the tax rate. I don't think it can be calculated directly with 43% so that we can get the gross salary with ( NET SALARY / 0.57 ) calculation. But, because we don't have anything else, we could use it just as an estimation.

On the other hand, perhaps it would be better to use net salaries like it's done already.

Luka
28 Jul 09, 13:55
Figo wage was base on the famous Gazetta chart estimates along with players that are with us in the season of 2007/08 I believe.

There were many different sources for Zlatan's salary... some says 11 some says 12.
I was just suprised. 3,5 seems kinda low for Figo? We all said for many years he is most paid player with Vieira, after Ibra. 3,5 would be to low, so why did we all say it for so many years if it wasn't true. Nobody corrected us ? :P

CafeCordoba
28 Jul 09, 14:13
It isn't low. There was Zlatan, Vieira, Adriano and Samuel ahead of him in salaries. Figo was an old fuck for a long time who couldn't be rated as starting material. That's why his salary was considered high.

It's not that Zlatan got paid 12m and Figo 3,5m. I just explained that in my previous post.

Luka
28 Jul 09, 14:29
I really though he earned like 7-8 mln, and I could swear those are the figures that circulated here in the forums.

I don't know.

lonewolf19
28 Jul 09, 16:29
I really though he earned like 7-8 mln, and I could swear those are the figures that circulated here in the forums.

I don't know.

Luka, the 3.5 maybe net salaries Figo is earning and since we do not know exactly how to calculate the GROSS salary Inter is paying it could be the rumored 7-8 mil.

Anyway, I already corrected the player salary list so that everyone is reported in NET salaries.

Luka
28 Jul 09, 16:35
If that is the case, then Ibra is not earning 12 mln. This is not net.

lonewolf19
28 Jul 09, 16:44
If that is the case, then Ibra is not earning 12 mln. This is not net.

Yes it is not. It is corrected to be estimated 6-7 million NET. The reason for this confusion is when Gazetta published the charts, Zlatan had not got his pay raise yet. His salary back then was reported to be 4.5 mil - 5 mil NET behind Vieira. After we boost his contract, Gazetta never published the estimated chart again for whatever reason.

Like Cafe explained, we originally got confused (like many sources) who claimed the 12 million was NET. Whereas Italian media usually announced them as GROSS and it could be misinterpreted.

VLE
28 Jul 09, 16:49
I was just suprised. 3,5 seems kinda low for Figo? We all said for many years he is most paid player with Vieira, after Ibra. 3,5 would be to low, so why did we all say it for so many years if it wasn't true. Nobody corrected us ? :P

3.5m is equal to how much Adriano and Vieri earned when they first came to Inter.

Luka
28 Jul 09, 17:38
Yes it is not. It is corrected to be estimated 6-7 million NET. The reason for this confusion is when Gazetta published the charts, Zlatan had not got his pay raise yet. His salary back then was reported to be 4.5 mil - 5 mil NET behind Vieira. After we boost his contract, Gazetta never published the estimated chart again for whatever reason.

Like Cafe explained, we originally got confused (like many sources) who claimed the 12 million was NET. Whereas Italian media usually announced them as GROSS and it could be misinterpreted.
Shouldn't we leave Gross estimations ? I think it's how most people tend to discuss contracts, not by net, but by Gross.

lonewolf19
29 Jul 09, 02:32
Shouldn't we leave Gross estimations ? I think it's how most people tend to discuss contracts, not by net, but by Gross.

Coz, most salary information I got were net and I do not know the exact formula for calculating it. The figures will most likely be accurate if I leave them net...

Luka
29 Jul 09, 10:20
It's just strange, as when there were reports of Ibra getting a raise, I've never seen NET figures. Everybody said 12 mil.

CafeCordoba
29 Jul 09, 10:34
It's just strange, as when there were reports of Ibra getting a raise, I've never seen NET figures. Everybody said 12 mil.

Yep, that's the problem. Italian media have always mentioned that 12m. But that CAN'T be the net figure when we think about it throughout. But then they also talk about figures like 3,5m to Figo, 3,6m to Lucio etc. Those can't be gross figures, when we think about it throughout.

Because for example Aquilani earns average 3,94m gross for the next 5 seasons (renewal this summer), Vucinic earns average 4,14m gross for the next 4 season (renewal last summer). De Rossi earns average 7,75m gross for the next 3 seasons (renewal last summer). And those are facts figures, straight from asroma.it press statements (or whatever).

Luka
02 Aug 09, 18:07
Guys are you sure about those net/gross salaries?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/leagues/premierleague/4537364/Zlatan-Ibrahimovic-and-Kaka-pip-Premier-League-stars-in-football-wages-list.html

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2008/jun/05/manchesterunited.realmadrid

http://www.tribalfootball.com/real-madrid-will-pay-ronaldo-%C2%A3560000-week-250280

lonewolf19
07 Aug 09, 04:42
Marko added

Luka
07 Aug 09, 06:23
Guys, what about those wages and the links I posted. You're both the experts with Cafe, so I thought I will ask you, as you gave it the most time to figure this out. :)

CafeCordoba
07 Aug 09, 07:44
I wouldn't count on those English sites. First two contradicts each other with Ballack's salary. And how they got that 9m for Zlatan?

Tribalfootball..just forget about it.

kova9
07 Aug 09, 10:40
His wage is 1 million this year..

lonewolf19
07 Aug 09, 11:46
Yes it is. But we havent signed him yet so I am waiting till we make the loan official

Luka
07 Aug 09, 15:38
I wouldn't count on those English sites. First two contradicts each other with Ballack's salary. And how they got that 9m for Zlatan?

Tribalfootball..just forget about it.
But Gazzetta reported 12 mil for Zlatan, and from what I checked you just kinda "figured that out" with wolf, that 20 mln payed for Inter would be too much and that's it. And then I read Barca is going to pay 16 mln to Messi, and Real Madrid will pay shit loads of money for Ronaldo too. So I don't know if that's so unbelievable anymore...

tritolone
07 Aug 09, 16:01
Zlatan was gettind 12mil. net (around 20mil gross).

lonewolf19
25 Aug 09, 06:16
Burdisso removed

CafeCordoba
25 Aug 09, 07:16
But Gazzetta reported 12 mil for Zlatan, and from what I checked you just kinda "figured that out" with wolf, that 20 mln payed for Inter would be too much and that's it. And then I read Barca is going to pay 16 mln to Messi, and Real Madrid will pay shit loads of money for Ronaldo too. So I don't know if that's so unbelievable anymore...

Yes, I don't really know anymore which source to trust. I mean which figures they are talking about.

Maybe it really is that Zlatan got 12m€ and Eto'o is getting 10,5m€ per season net.

lonewolf19
26 Aug 09, 17:54
Rivas moved

lonewolf19
27 Aug 09, 02:17
Obinna moved.
Kerlon, Suazo, Mancini, Quaresma to go

blackmore
27 Aug 09, 03:16
thought ricky was staying...??

lonewolf19
27 Aug 09, 05:35
thought ricky was staying...??

Most likely he will be staying along with Mancini. That list was a personal wish list for offload. :P

Luka
27 Aug 09, 08:13
Then you're aware that's just a fantasy list ? :P

lonewolf19
27 Aug 09, 08:17
Then you're aware that's just a fantasy list ? :P

Haha, yea it is definitely fantasy....
I wake up next morning, find them all gone along with Vieira. Then I open inter.it, saw pics with Hamsik and Cassano in Inter jersey. :boogy::boogy:

Luka
27 Aug 09, 08:47
Too many changes in a team ;)

We already probably did too much.

Arnautovic, Eto'o, Milito, Motta, Sneijder, Lucio, Krhin, Obi. 7 people in ~24 player squad, that is 25%, lots.

rsz85
27 Aug 09, 11:02
In summer there was a summary about the earnings in CdS:

http://http://imgfrm.index.hu/imgfrm/7/0/4/4/BIG_0006347044.jpg

http://imgfrm.index.hu/imgfrm/7/0/4/4/BIG_0006347044.jpg

Luka
27 Aug 09, 13:21
Mancini earning 1 mln more. Another argument to ditch him instead of Quaresma.

ps. The question is, is it before the taxation, or after ??

lonewolf19
29 Aug 09, 02:21
I am glad to inform you that Wesley has been added :)

rsz85
29 Aug 09, 12:16
Mancini earning 1 mln more. Another argument to ditch him instead of Quaresma.

ps. The question is, is it before the taxation, or after ??

Numbers by players are net ammounts and the 155 million is total gross wages paid by Inter, i think.
Because if you sum the players numbers, it is about 75-80 million, so the gross is about double.

lonewolf19
31 Aug 09, 01:32
That chart seems correct and updated. I will change the salary info according to it.
Nice find and thanks rsz.
Big F U to Vieira

lonewolf19
01 Sep 09, 03:37
Kerlon removed

junior55
01 Sep 09, 06:14
Looking at that chart i'm wondering how much will mario wait before asking for a raise i just can't see him getting 1.3 while suazo gets 3 and not talk about vieiras salary just crazy having him as the 2nd most paid player.

Michael
03 Sep 09, 03:42
Gazzetta has a ton of details in terms of salaries for this year. Here are the main points:

* Mourinho is the highest-paid personel. First time ever for a technician. Will earn 11 million this year.

* Among the players, Eto'o takes the place of Ibra as the highest paid player with 10.5 million. Ronaldinho is in second place.

* Milan cut their annual salary by 44.5 million, Juve stay unchanged.

* 840.4 million will be spent next year just for salaries alone.

* Salaries are rising from last year. Inter will spend 150 million.

I'll post more later...