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    My bad if this has already been discussed but how has COVID impacted our financials regarding San Siro? From my understanding the city of Milan takes a certain percentage of our ticket sales/revenue but since that's not happening do we have a certain agreement with the city to pay certain fees throughout the season? Has maintenance fees changed? Etc.

    It's been a while since I've read on our agreements with the city so sorry if I'm wrong in my thinking here.

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    Would be hilarious to see a steep drop in shop sales from the "rebranding". It's not a big chunk of our revenue I reckon, so it won't really hurt that bad (it's not going to zero).

    But there are loads of idiots who buy whatever is served on their plate so I doubt it's going to happen. Even casual football fans who just buy anything for the sake of saying they like football.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brehme1989 View Post
    Would be hilarious to see a steep drop in shop sales from the "rebranding". It's not a big chunk of our revenue I reckon, so it won't really hurt that bad (it's not going to zero).

    But there are loads of idiots who buy whatever is served on their plate so I doubt it's going to happen. Even casual football fans who just buy anything for the sake of saying they like football.
    Yea, no question. Plenty of animals bought the Sprite shirt and even the tablecloth garbage from this season. If I'm not mistaken, the biggest example of this is that the disgraceful red away shirt from 2012/13 (Moratti's "gift" to Kenny Huang and his Chinese Railway hacks) was, and remains, one of our best selling shirts ever.

    Don't know whether to or

    Anyway, I missed the discussion by like 2 weeks but I thought the growth decree was abolished anyway (which fucks us too for Eriksen, Sanchez etc.)















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    I don't think Growth Decree is yet abolished.

    Would be quite a fuck you by the government to the big clubs (well any club bringing players from abroad). Companies make investments based on set of rules X and then those set of rules are changed to Y, making the investments way worse in the process. IMO that's really not fair at all. I'm not even sure if it's even legal to change tax laws retroactively like that.

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    According to GdS, Suning have taken a loan from Goldman Sachs.
    . Corriere dello Sport’s print edition said the Nerazzurri’s owners had sourced the €250 million they needed between now and May by taking out a loan with Goldman Sachs
    Inter have taken out a bridge loan from the noted bank, which is an important partner for Suning and has already been helping them look for investors in the market.
    Suning will need to repay the loan relatively soon, but in the meantime the loan has given them the resources they needed to respect Inter’s payment deadlines this month.
    Steven Zhang will therefore get his wish of remaining in charge at Inter until the end of the season, but the Rome-based paper said there was still a possibility of shares being sold at the club.
    Goldman Sachs were involved with the sale of Inter from Massimo Moratti to Erick Thohir (in 2013), and from Thohir to Suning in 2016.
    They also helped Inter take out their bonds worth €375 million and are working to assist the club in repaying them.
    Inter were in talks with Fortress over the €250 million loan previously, as well as King Street, another US-based group, but in the end Suning took the money from Goldman Sachs instead.

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    I am reading the same news: Goldman Sachs’ loan and Suning’s new strategy: latest on Inter’s future

    According to reports in Italy, Suning want to keep a majority stake in Inter and a 213m loan from Goldman Sachs will keep the club running until the end of the season.

    On Tuesday, Suning ensured they will “continue to guarantee the financial support that the club never lacked,” and according to Il Corriere della Sera, the Zhang family is not eager to sell a majority stake in the club anymore.

    BC Partners had made a 596 bid to take over at the club, but Suning rejected the proposal as they valued the club at 851.9m

    However, the issue regarding Lion Rock’s minority 31.05% stake remains.

    Il Corriere dello Sport reports Suning will keep Inter running until the end of the season thanks to Goldman Sachs’ 213m loan, but the Zhang family needs to solve the long-term problem.

    As per La Gazzetta dello Sport and Il Corriere della Sera, Suning are in talks with American funds that could acquire Lion Rock’s stakes with a 213m bid. But, that’s not the only option.

    Milano Finanza reports Inter’s owners are also considering taking a new bond worth 213m, which would be used in part to refinance the previous bond worth 319m that expires in 2022.

    By doing so, the Zhang family could take 100% control of the club and sit down with potential buyers themselves, thus retaining the profits if they were to sell the club.
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    GdS reports that the forecast is we close the balance sheet with -130m€ at the end of June.

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    Sunning just doesn’t know Inter too well. They’re waiting us to win the Scudetto so our valuation goes up and they can sell the club at the highest price possible while in reality what’s going to happen is us losing all the remaining games, missing out on the CL and Sunning getting stuck with almost billion in debt . Poor lads

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    thats worse than i had hoped for tbh, but its not unmanageable i think. Remember, season tickets and matchday is expected to be about 60mil, so we just need to make up 60mil of annual cost. Players I've identified over and over again would save us 85mil, so that + a new shirt sponsor could give us already 40mil annual spending. Throw in some plusvalenza and prize money, you could get to 70ish mil profit if we wanted to. Clearly our squad would be quite thin, and money will go on some renewals, but say 45mil gives us the money to sign 1 hakimi level player and 3 Sanchez level players.

    This is emminently fixable.

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    That -130m€ is for this fiscal year, which ends in June. I doubt we can dump anyone out before that. Scudetto prize money and possible new main sponsor deal with a signing bonus can cover something but I have my reservations how much.

    Next year is different and those outgoing players cover the next year then. And hopefully the season tickets (hope only). 85m€ for next year from the outgoing players is quite optimistic still.

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    im less concerned about this year's result in isolation and more looking at how we get healthy as a club tbh

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    theres some talk of us being bought and listed on the stock exchange. I'm ok with that, I'd probably even buy some shares (for fun rather than a proper investment.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by .h. View Post
    theres some talk of us being bought and listed on the stock exchange. I'm ok with that, I'd probably even buy some shares (for fun rather than a proper investment.)
    Your side of the fun being receiving the financial statements
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    hahahaha you're not wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by .h. View Post
    theres some talk of us being bought and listed on the stock exchange. I'm ok with that, I'd probably even buy some shares (for fun rather than a proper investment.)
    Nice, I'll become a minority shareholder

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    Really not sure if being listed to the stock exchange would be a good thing. In the short term Zhangs are probably the best bet for Inter, if they can just somehow get some cash to the club, one way or another.

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    it'd make raising equity easier tbh. No quarreling about valuation or anything, we can just go to public markets/retail investors to find the capital. 1 million inter fans x 400 each = a new stadium.

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    if we listed id definitely put in 500 fun money. Depending on how I felt, maybe even more than that.

    Considering we dont have a stadium yet, at 750m valuataion we look pretty good comparaed to Juve at 1.06 bln market cap. Like, we're comparaatively expensive, but you could see with a stadium, new sponsorship, and CL money our net worth hitting 1.25 bil easily IMHO. 1.15-1.4 b alone with. stadium

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    Hope they do it soon, then I'll put my Covid-19 check and buy a share or two
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