Andrea Pinamonti

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And my question remains, why then do those loan + obligation deals if they count in the current fiscal year? Why not just do a normal permanent transfer right away?
 

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And my question remains, why then do those loan + obligation deals if they count in the current fiscal year? Why not just do a normal permanent transfer right away?
To my knowledge, the only thing they count for is in terms of FFP and for budgetary reasons - they are registered the moment/the fiscal year the contract is signed between the clubs and the player.

The actual inflow of money will then happen over four payments after the loan has turned intro a permanent transfer, which actually happens more often than not - very seldom are transfer payments paid at once.
 
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And my question remains, why then do those loan + obligation deals if they count in the current fiscal year? Why not just do a normal permanent transfer right away?

Football clubs need to report their financials to many different governing bodies e.g. national football federation, continental federation, local tax authority, parent company's tax authority (indirectly, through consolidation),... there are probably more. And each of these organizations has their specific guidelines and requirements. It's impossible for outsider to know when and where these technicalities matter.

Since the loan + obligation is almost never found outside of Italy, it's probably to deal with some Italian regulations.
 

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Yeah must be something like that.
 

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And my question remains, why then do those loan + obligation deals if they count in the current fiscal year? Why not just do a normal permanent transfer right away?
We still get some wiggle room when playing with these things.. We might wanna keep amortization down or frontload a bigger chunk of that cost to the first year..

Lets take aslani as an example Loan fee 4 mio and transfer sum of 10 (according to transfermarkt) lets assume we could have had him outright for 14 and lets assume the cash outflows are scheduled in the same way.
Now in the loan case the cost for the first year are 6mio and after that it s 2 mio of amortization for the rest of his contract.
If we bought him outright for 14 mio the ammo cost would have been 2.8 per season.... In one case he s an 8 mio asset on our BS in the other case he s a 11.2 mio asset on our BS after one year...
There are differences...

I doubt it s all down to regulatory differences as in most accounting standards i ve seen these loans with obligations( leases ) are handled this way wether it s gaap or IFRS....
 

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I doubt it s all down to regulatory differences as in most accounting standards i ve seen these loans with obligations( leases ) are handled this way wether it s gaap or IFRS....

There's also Chinese accounting :D
 
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Wow we finally sold some one….. now use this money to give Skriniar a contract extension!
 

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Hopefully he does well and maybe in the future might come back who knows. Hopefully he destroys Milan and Juventus as well.



Sassuolo have officially signed Andrea Pinamonti from Inter at a cost of circa €20m, on loan with obligation to buy.
 

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Apparently, we get paid in February 2023.
 
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I always liked him as a person and believe in his character. If he will have proper feed he should be able to get double figures.

Good luck Andrea, hope you`ll do better than Scamacca! Make sure to score against our rivals :interflag2:
 

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PINAMONTI: ‘NEVER HAD A CHANCE AT INTER’​



The ex-Empoli loanee has joined Sassuolo on a permanent deal from Inter and Giovanni Carnevali has confirmed that the Nerazzurri don’t have a buy-back clause for the 23-year-old.
“I am happy to be here, Sassuolo have chased me for a long time and I am proud of it. They gamble on young players and I think this spell can give me a lot,” the striker said at his unveiling press conference.

“My target is to equal what I did last season and try to do even more.”

Pinamonti scored 13 goals in 37 appearances while on loan at Empoli last season.

“I will forever thank Inter because it’s the club that welcomed me when I was 14,” the striker continued.

I have no regrets, it’s a fact that I didn’t have a chance there, but I have no hard feelings. Being here can be a step toward a top team, but I don’t think about it, we’ll see in the future.

“Targeting the national team is crucial for a player aiming to the top. It’s an important target and I want to continue what I did last season to have a chance to get to the national team,” Pinamonti concluded.
Tru, tru
 

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He is right, but I didn't hear him complain from the bench, while he was earning his fat salary.
 

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Because he was a professional? Now he can say whatever he wants about his previous employer
 
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