Inter's Financial Situation

Harpsabu

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Jun 19, 2011
Messages
7,784
Likes
4,477
Favorite Player
Diego Milito
10 years of FIF
Yeah every club makes some bad signings here and there, but it's really a problem when 90% of your transfers are total trash. Only Milan have reached this level of failure.

And they can thank two former very important Inter employees for that
 

brehme1989

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jan 17, 2005
Messages
30,712
Likes
10,699
10 years of FIF
Nostradamus
I suspect the capital restrictions have really fucked us.

Its possible we might be looking at another ownership change in the short to medium term tbh.

Not related to this, but it'd be real cool if you could post the club's financial statements from as further back as you can find to this year, if you manage to find them. I suspect it's going to be a PDF file or something for each year/season.
 

Il Drago

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Dec 21, 2015
Messages
17,884
Likes
23,257
Favorite Player
Wesley Sneijder
Best Football Poster
Suning Pay Out €4,6 M In Bonuses To Inter

The first half on the season for Inter under Luciano Spalletti was better than most could of imagined. As a result of this, the sponsorship’s that Suning agreed, gave bonuses to the Nerazzurri for being within the Champions League qualification spots at the halfway stage. This is has been the target of Spalletti and co since the first day. The achievement of this aim, will see, approximately 3.5 million euros enter the coffers from corso Vittorio Emanuele II, plus just over another 1 million euros from Suning as a reward for the big match wins, which were vital for securing these bonuses but also because Suning promised 550,000 euros for each win against, Napoli, Juventus, Roma and Milan, of which Inter won two.

According to TuttoSport, the total bonus of 4.6 million euros is a blessing for Inter, who are struggling with Financial Fair Play. The big match bonuses are also valid for each second round, so the upcoming fixture against Roma is still of great importance, other than just three points. The 550,000 euros for each win from now will be totalled and awarded in June.

Furthermore, a prize of half a million euros will be awarded if the Primavera win a trophy. So the Sunday’s Super Cup Primavera at San Siro is one to watch, as the Giallorossi of De Rossi will take on Stefano Vecchi’s boys.

In fact, just over a year ago, Inter and Suning had closed an agreement on naming rights and sponsorship’s that were full of objective based bonuses, for a total of 66 million euros to be distributed over 4 years, since the contract was signed. Since then, 16 million euros have been awarded to Inter from China.

It should be noted that the agreement between the parties also included an initial signing bonus of 25 million euros, which despite being on the clubs financial statements, has not yet arrived from China. This is because, it was directly blocked by the government in Beijing, as part of their restrictions of foreign investment, as revealed a few months ago. This is money that Inter could of desperately used in this transfer market, in particular.

Additionally, if Inter finish third in the table come the end of the season, they will receive a further 3.5 million euros from China (8 million for finishing second and 10 million for winning the league). Also assuming the aim of qualifying for the Champions League is achieved, there will also be many other money injections from other sponsors which were added in recently agreed deals.
 

.h.

Part time Lazarus
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jun 8, 2005
Messages
26,910
Likes
4,207
Favorite Player
Inter1-0Wanda
Old username
browha
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
Not related to this, but it'd be real cool if you could post the club's financial statements from as further back as you can find to this year, if you manage to find them. I suspect it's going to be a PDF file or something for each year/season.

I don't have them on hand nor the time to really dig it out. Deloitte or Swiss Rambler would be a good place to start
 

Black Knight

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Jul 11, 2014
Messages
3,281
Likes
1,398
Favorite Player
#3, #4
Forum Supporter
The first half on the season for Inter under Luciano Spalletti was better than most could of imagined. As a result of this, the sponsorship’s that Suning agreed...

*internal screaming*
 

JJM

morepoststhanu
La Grande Inter
Joined
Aug 10, 2007
Messages
40,893
Likes
47
Favorite Player
ur mom
Old username
icardiscores
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
just rename this club to "FC FFP restriction" and be done with it...ffs
 

InterFCAustin

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Apr 26, 2005
Messages
5,181
Likes
35
Favorite Player
4-12-22-23
Old username
Josi
10 years of FIF
Forum Supporter
I read something interesting yesterday...idk who was it, that said Suning is using FFP as an excuse not to invest any money....idk how much truth there is to that, but it certainly interesting, seeing that this FFP shit always hangs around us...even after we allegedly cleared ourselves out of that mess this past summer, i thought!:palm:
 

thatdude

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Feb 18, 2010
Messages
18,669
Likes
6,768
10 years of FIF
FIF Special Ones
Gabigol, Joao Mario and Dalbert deals look really horrible now. So much capital used to these investments with almost zero returns. JM has at least played for the club for about an year. Not so much for this year's success though. Other two have contributed almost nothing.

I really would only say that Gabigol is a horrible signing. Joao Mario has been average but is obviously a talented player. Dalbert so far hasn’t impressed but I’ll give him a little bit more time. Either way I can live with him being a flop because at least it was a decision made by the transfer people actually employed by the club, not some agent.

If perhaps we had the same transfer policy last year maybe we only have Dalbert as a flop thus far under Suning’s regime and not 3 players two of which no one wanted. Who know, no use crying over spilled milk or time and transfer windows we won’t get back I guess.

Honestly in all of this the people I feel sorry for are Spalletti and Sabatini. I wonder if they knew just exactly what they were stepping into when they accepted their roles in the Summer amongst all the hype about InterIsComing and our alleged impending spending spree. Now they’re at a club so financially strapped due to financial fair play and some crazy ass China regulations that nobody saw coming that they can’t even make a simple CB purchase during the winter window. Instead they’re probably going to have to cut the loan spell short on an 18 year old CB who has hardly tasted adult football, just so we can round out the squad numbers.

I know this is certainly not where I saw this going.
 

JJM

morepoststhanu
La Grande Inter
Joined
Aug 10, 2007
Messages
40,893
Likes
47
Favorite Player
ur mom
Old username
icardiscores
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
Soccerex Football Finance 100

top 100 richest football clubs in the world

1. Manchester City (Ing)
2. Arsenal (Ing)
3. Paris Saint-Germain (Fra)
4. Guangzhou Evergrande (Cin)
5. Tottenham (Ing)
6. Real Madrid (Spa)
7. Manchester United (Ing)
8. Juventus (Ita)
9. Chelsea (Ing)
10. Bayern Monaco (Ger)
11. Zenit San Pietroburgo (Rus)
12. RB Lipsia (Ger)
13. Barcellona (Spa)
14. LA Galaxy (Usa)
15. Atletico Madrid (Spa)
16. Liverpool (Ing)
17. Borussia Dortmund (Ger)
18. Olympique Lione (Fra)
19. Monaco (Fra)
20. Leicester (Ing)
21. Bayer Leverkusen (Ger)
22. Shakhtar Donetsk (Ucr)
23. New York Red Bull (Usa)
24. Seattle Sounders (Usa)
25. New York City (Usa).

Napoli è 26°, l'Inter è 30esima e il Milan 34°. Roma al 51° posto, Lazio al 62.

not bad :eek:blivious:

- - - Updated - - -

Chinese Government Restrictions Not A Problem For Suning & Inter

suning-inter-1024x681.jpg

January 4, 2018 22:30
( 0 ) Comment

Il Sole 24 Ore journalist Marco Bellinazzo has tried to clarify Inter’s transfer market situation in his latest piece for Goal.com. He explains: “Inter’s problems will not be the restrictions set on Suning from China but more so their ability to balance the books. The limitations of the Chinese government don’t seem to be that much of a for Suning given their economic and political strength of the Zhang Jindong group. The things that have to be respected are more so the Financial Fair Play agreement signed by Erick Thohir which includes a monitoring period until the 2018-19 season. Inter needed to end the 2015-16 season with a deficit no more than €30 million and make it even by the end of June 2017. A target that they managed to achieve with the 2017 financial statements closed with a loss of €24 million from which however a number of “virtuous” expenses were deducted for the Financial Fair Play such as youth sector and Inter Campus.
Bellinazzo goes on to say: “revenues compared to 2016 actually increased by 33% thought to be around €320 million. They also managed net capital gains of €40 million from transfers and bonuses from playing in the Europa League group stages. This means that Inter’s net turnover has grown by around €60 million. However Suning cannot push the leverage of “internal” sponsorship contracts and revenue indefinitely as their failure to qualify for European football means no bonuses thus lower capital gains. This is why Suning has forced the management to reason in terms of economic self sufficiency to close the 2018 balanced accounts. Next year with prospect of Champions League football maybe you can think differently. The arrival of youngster Alesandro Bastoni from Atalanta goes hand in hand with this conservative perspective.”
 

Kev9Inter

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Jul 30, 2013
Messages
1,171
Likes
373
Favorite Player
Ronaldo
That Soccerex Football Finance 100 looks like a right load of bullshit

Spurs ahead of Man Utd, Real Madrid, Bayern and Barcelona :yao:
 

JJM

morepoststhanu
La Grande Inter
Joined
Aug 10, 2007
Messages
40,893
Likes
47
Favorite Player
ur mom
Old username
icardiscores
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
26240228_10157016392043696_4964759804939944583_o.jpg

revenue rising but then again the costs are rising too...FFP is a vicious retarded plan...makes NO FUCKING SENSE TO ME!
 

javier_zanetti <3

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Sep 28, 2010
Messages
4,909
Likes
83
Favorite Player
javier zanetti
10 years of FIF
We never had such big reveneu without CL, Suning is doing great job.
 

JJM

morepoststhanu
La Grande Inter
Joined
Aug 10, 2007
Messages
40,893
Likes
47
Favorite Player
ur mom
Old username
icardiscores
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
in financial terms maybe...in the sporting department...

"Candreva: mln 25
Joao Mario: mln 45
Gabriel Barbosa: mln 30
Dalbert: mln 26
Vecino: mln 24
Skriniar: mln 24 (valutazione complessiva)
Gagliardini: mln 28
Tot: 232 mln in 3 mercati
Pochi soldi o molti spesi male ?"


so we spent 232 mil in 3 mercatos! Valero doesn't fit in the prime years players...
only Skriniar and Vecino are worth their coin...the rest are under performing for their value...GabiG back to Santos ffs,because he is a retard
 

.h.

Part time Lazarus
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jun 8, 2005
Messages
26,910
Likes
4,207
Favorite Player
Inter1-0Wanda
Old username
browha
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
Exactly. Anyone who says we arent spending money is an idiot, we're just not spending money WELL.
 

JJM

morepoststhanu
La Grande Inter
Joined
Aug 10, 2007
Messages
40,893
Likes
47
Favorite Player
ur mom
Old username
icardiscores
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
More proof that FFP is sooo poorly implemented...The gap just gets bigger from the elite to the less fortunate
Elimination of the competition altogether
I for one im disgusted with this
There are only a few teams able to win CL now... retarded, just...arghhh
Abolish FFP now or change it drastically
Those who want to invest but are limited now...I would be so frustrated
Why was Salah sold for 40mil and Cou for 160mil while the Egyptian is doing even better now... because Roma were/are desperate to comply with FFP as we are...that they/we do stupid and desperate moves... this sounds healthy eh?!
There is no healthy competition anymore
bb708523a3a3d2359e848de806d929ec.jpg


Poslano z mojega F5121 z uporabo Tapatalk
 

CafeCordoba

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Mar 7, 2004
Messages
32,320
Likes
8,777
Favorite Player
Bar, Skr, Bas
10 years of FIF
Exactly. It keeps the poor poor. Fucked up system.
 

Linege

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Sep 21, 2012
Messages
4,667
Likes
1,037
Favorite Player
Conte-19
FFP is about protecting clubs from bankruptcy.

dont spend more than you earn ! thats all about FFP

they dont want another fiorentina
they dont want another parma
lazio past cragnotti was in deeep depp shit, roma under sensi and so on


they dont care if inter is top club or not, they dont want us to go bankrut.
 

firmino

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Nov 23, 2015
Messages
12,960
Likes
14
ffp is a problem but not our biggest problem and probably not even in the top 5. regardless of ffp, china don't want suning to spend for Inter, at least that's the reality we have to deal with for the time being.

we just have to avoid burning million of euros on the barbosas and joao marios of the world.
 

Linege

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Sep 21, 2012
Messages
4,667
Likes
1,037
Favorite Player
Conte-19
FFP is good and i hope it will be in serie a too.

it protects from bankruptcy.

i dont want to be in serie D
 

JJM

morepoststhanu
La Grande Inter
Joined
Aug 10, 2007
Messages
40,893
Likes
47
Favorite Player
ur mom
Old username
icardiscores
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
I don't know if you are this naive Linege...or fucking trolling

protecting from bankruptcy...INTER IS literally TO BIG TO GO BANKRUPT AS IS BBILAN...some things just are not possible in football.It's set in stone of the tradition...we aren't Parma ffs...there will always be someone INTERested in taking a gamble on such institutions...and we were lucky enough that a power house like Suning was...

FFP's intentions maybe good in concept but it's twisted...to benefit the rich...simple and clear as day


ANYWAY MORE MATERIAL TO SUCK SUNING'S COCK...are here

(Exclusive) - Turning stage for Inter, on February 5th Suning will present his (double) project.

26758380_2097717740451421_461864072714633184_o.jpg


The turning point is close, perhaps, with regard to the stadium stage for Inter license plate Suning, less than a month and a clearing on the issue there will be. On February 5th, in fact, a meeting is scheduled between the representatives of the municipality of Milan, Inter and Milan.


The Nerazzurri will continue, for the umpteenth time, the request to modernize San Siro and make it a livable stadium beyond the unique moment of the match. They will then ask the municipality for the green light to do so and the Milan willingness to proceed in this whole. In case of new hitches on this road, caused by either or only one of the two, then the Suning company will move to plan B.


The Zhang family has ready the alternative to San Siro, an 18-month project for the construction of a stadium entirely for the extremely modern Inter that would be entrusted to the same company that has just pulled up the new plant that will host the Tottenham in London .


A few days, in short, and we will know, Inter wants to get ahead of the big players in Europe, even on the stadium front. Whether this remains San Siro or not.


Enzo Margiotta


#LineaInter


I think that Suning want to legit do well for Inter,because it reflects positively on their fucking image which is a huge deal for such a big company...but they will face difficulties from the past mistakes...which is fucking expected...they have a plan...clearly...but it won't go smooth af always...
 
Top