The international break has barely started but Gazzetta have already gone into full crisi Inter mode. Yesterday they reported Inter need to make 100m from sales next summer with Lautaro, Barella, Bastoni and Skriniar as the prime candidates. Today they have "hit" with two articles in just one hour. The first one explains the terrible situation with wage bill as the bench costs way too much. But the true masterpiece is the second article which has the title: "Inter: so many returns; Is Inzaghi a magician or he just picks the wrong starting line up?"
Keep it up. It's really entertaining. It makes you wonder what we would read if we had the start of Juventus.
Id guess even out of Covid we might be looking at like 100m a year in losses so I can believe the need to sell. We really need to get into a later stage in the CL, diversify our commercial base, and cut amortisation bills.
I'd be interested to know how we stand on amortisation e.g with barella and bastoni if they renew. I assume their wages will offset the savings.
Yeah and those guys have been here for 2-3 years already so their transfer fees have been amortized for some extent already. My guess is without any calculations that their contract extensions do not even cover the salary hikes they got/will get.
But GdS is really on a rampage. In addition to those what il Drago mentioned, they are going ham with the Sanchez story. They are almost certain Inter will do something with Sanchez situation because he posted something to the Instagram. It will be difficult because of the big contract etc etc.
Italian journalist Ivan Zazzaroni believes that Lazio defender Luiz Felipe was unfortunate to receive a red card for his misguided joking gesture with
Zazzaroni at it again.
Not only does he want a red card each to both Lautaro and Dumfries (assuming he even knows both got yellow carded), physically jumping up on the back of a opposition player and piggybacking, screaming at the top of your lungs after you've won a crucial, heated match is "affectionate" and not at all offensive to the losing player.