If you look at his previous earning 7M vs new contract 2.5M or 3M, then yes.Is returning golden handshake to Inter part of the deal?
We paid him to get rid of him. No way we bring him back. he is an entitled big mouth ball hog. No thanks.
I also dont remember something like this. Pay him to leave than bring him back next season. What a joke.are we the first fking team to do this? pay someone to leave to just bring him back. I would prefer we kept a youth player and gave him Sanchez minutes especially for 3m a season
No, he won't. However his annual cost is low anyway, if the wage net is at 2,5m-3m then it would be 4,6m-5,6m.Regarding Growth Decree, would it apply to Sanchez? He was at Inter for 3 seasons, so would this be his 4th year in Italy since Growth Decree came into play, hence it does apply?
Does anyone know?
Also, which of our new signings does Growth Decree apply to? I presume Sommer, Carlos Augusto, Arnautovic, M. Thuram, and Bisseck?
Not for Alexis.Regarding Growth Decree, would it apply to Sanchez? He was at Inter for 3 seasons, so would this be his 4th year in Italy since Growth Decree came into play, hence it does apply?
Does anyone know?
I just want to see Correa out official and it`s a win.Correa was purchased from Lazio for €32.5m in 2021 and as of June 2023 his presence at Inter is worth circa €16.9m.
As this is a loan, Inter will still cover the amortisation, but earn €2m for the loan and will not have to pay the €6.5m gross salary.
According to reports, Sanchez is going to earn €3m per season net wages on a short-term contract and as he was only in Italy a year ago, will not be able to make the most of the Growth Decree discount on his salary.
That means it will cost Inter €5.55m gross.
Nonetheless, these transfers will still give Inter a positive effect of just under €3m for this season, as it would’ve cost €14.6m to keep Correa going to €12m for this swap.
If Marseille activate the option to buy next summer, then they will make a profit of €1.5m on the entire Correa experience at San Siro.