Inter's Financial Situation

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Our net debt is 303mil EUR we re 3rd behind United who have a 561mil one and Benfica at 2nd...
We have however dropped it from a 60 procent one in 2010 to a 35 one in 2016


I think our wage structure is pretty healthy tbh...
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I agree, our squad size and wage structure has improved a great deal, this summer we should focus on selling players that are not needed though and replacing them.
 

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Speaking to the Corriere della Sera, Inter CEO, Alessandro Antonello, discusses everything from Suning to the stadium issue.

Inter have had difficulty on the transfer market for a while now. Why?

“In July, the strategy was clear: return to the Champions League in compliance with financial fair play. We have to balance the technical and economic aspects. Our growth must be organic in the commercial point of view to achieve result. Returning to the Champions League produces an economic return and pushes Inter brand.”

Suning started with strong investment and now they have stopped. Is it because the financial fair play or the restrictions imposed by the Chinese government?

“There has never been a closure (in terms of investment) and Suning has never been and is not on the black list. There is a slowdown, this is true. The Chinese government has imposed restrictions to protect its currency which means more controls and a slowdown is inevitable. But Suning is making all the investment necessary to bring Inter back on top.”

Everyone wants to take advantage of the Chinese market, few have succeeded. Why should Inter do it?

“Because Suning makes $53 billion a year and has 250 million people registered online. Inter can take advantage of this foundation, with organic growth. The Chinese football market needs time to mature.”

Why is it that Inter cannot sign Ramires from Jiangsu Suning? Both teams are owned by the same company. What is the difficulty?
“These are two different projects. Here, people think that Jiangsu can help Inter but in China, perhaps they think the opposite. If the needs do not match, you cannot do it.”

Let’s go back on the financial fair play. When will Inter be able to get rid of the regulations?

“Let’s clarify: financial fair play will always be there. The club must stay balance in terms of budget. UEFA, after imposing it, is ready for a financial fair play 2.0 if you will, a bit more open. The one of today limits attraction of new capital.”

How do you want to renovate the San Siro?

“It has to be lively every single day, not just Sundays. The hospitality areas have to go from 4% currently to 14%. The capacity to go down to 60 thousand and we are talking about an investment of around 150 million.”

Project of a new training facility in Piazza d’Armi will go forward?

“We are still in the preliminary stages but a new sport center remains a strategic project. All the big European clubs have cutting-edge sports centers.”
 
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That Soccerex Football Finance 100 looks like a right load of bullshit

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

Their owner is rich.
Not saudi oil rich, but still a billionaire rich.
 

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so its happend again, only 800 mil a season for TV rights in italy. 200-250 mil less then in previous years

italy and serie A is like a sinking ship.
 

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It's an ongoing negotiation. It certainly does not look good but I think at the end the numbers will be pretty much the same as in the previous contract. Which is certainly not an achievement, I'll give you that, seeing how England keeps growing.
 

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From 19th to 15th in a year without trophies and CL football. This right here makes me appriciate Suning even more. Two years of CL and we will definitely be in the top 10.
Deloitte Football Money League


2016-17 revenue in £m (v 2015-16 revenue)
1) Manchester United 581.2 (515.3)
2) Real Madrid 579.7 (463.8)
3) Barcelona 557.1 (463.8)
4) Bayern Munich 505.1 (442.7)
5) Manchester City 453.5 (392.6)
6) Arsenal 419 (350.4)
7) PSG 417.8 (389.6)
8) Chelsea 367.8 (334.6)
9) Liverpool 364.5 (302)
10) Juventus 348.6 (253.5)
11) Tottenham 305.6 (209.2)
12) Borussia Dortmund 285.8 (212.3)
13) Atlético Madrid 234.2 (171)~
14) Leicester City 233 (128.7)
15) Internazionale 225.2 (134)
16) Schalke 197.8 (167.9)
17) West Ham 183.3 (143.8)
18) Southampton 182.3 (124.3)
19) Napoli 172.5 (107.8)
20) Everton 171.2 (121.5)

https://www.theguardian.com/footbal...eague-highest-earners-world-manchester-united
 

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Great to see our rich cousins across town there, oh wait

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I had gone out for drinks with my ol journalist mates, and got a lot of juice on Inter (and Milan). These guys often meet people like Ausilio, Sabatini, Mirabelli, Mancini, Fassone, etc and get quite a lot of info off the record. Anyways, one particular piece of info made a lot of sense relevant to the discussion here.

Apparently it is true that Suning were planning to invest a big amount last summer, as we all suspected. But this plan changed due to indirect implications of the Chinese restrictions. Inter's plan to UEFA for revenue growth included a big growth year on year on revenues from China - sponsorship/merchandise/etc. With the Chinese restrictions, Suning were afraid some of that revenue growth may slow down. So they cut our budget accordingly.

That does explain what always confused me. This couldn't have been just about FFP - because we all know there are ways around that. This couldn't have been about Chinese restrictions directly - because there are ways around that too (i.e. raise the money abroad). This is about impact of those restrictions on our future revenues from China. That actually makes sense, and in a way explains the comments coming from Inter management. Suning are pragmatic businessmen who want stable revenue growth to justify investments into the club. They don't like the idea of further debt funding the club with uncertain/unstable revenue streams (like CL money). Which also means that if Inter qualify for the CL, making those future revenues more stable, Suning will invest big in the summer.

I have loads of other juicy info, which I will share in relevant threads when I have some time.
 

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I think Suning are producing miracles as we speak tbh
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Commercial revenue boom says enough about things

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It is perfectly understandable why we can't spend as crazy now...The Chinese boys don't want to break the rules,they are cultured in obeying them...and Don't want to create more debt...
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What a growth percentage in our revenues! Holy shit.
 

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It's an ongoing negotiation. It certainly does not look good but I think at the end the numbers will be pretty much the same as in the previous contract. Which is certainly not an achievement, I'll give you that, seeing how England keeps growing.

not only england, german deal is 85% more, spain got way more, when 10 years ago i red that serie a will be closer to ligue1 i didnt belive it. i was wrong.

762 mil from sky italia and mediaset, the minimal was 1050 mil
fucken mediaset dont want to pay anything fucken berlu

and they said like a year ago, after spain and germany got big deals, that italy will get 1400 mil. a season :lol:

there is a chance that serie a will be broadcast by spanish mediapro :lol: :lol:
maybe we can move Inter to la liga too ? :lol:
 

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there is a chance that serie a will be broadcast by spanish mediapro :lol: :lol:
maybe we can move Inter to la liga too ? :lol:

In La Liga, RM and Barca take most of the money. The small clubs don't get anything so why should we move? :lol:
 

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In La Liga, RM and Barca take most of the money. The small clubs don't get anything so why should we move? :lol:

in italy 40% is equal share while in la liga its 50%

and since we agree, that inter is a small team :lol:, small teams from la liga got more money from tv than italian ones

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Spain:
Merit Money: 25% will be distributed according to league positions based on last 5 years.

That would fuck us up big times.

While in Italy:

Historic Merit based payments: further 30% will be distributed according to several portions. 15% according to league positions in last 5 years. 10% according to historic results (league positions for more than 5 years) and 15% according to league position last year.



So no going to La Liga would't benefit us.
 

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Spain:
Merit Money: 25% will be distributed according to league positions based on last 5 years.

That would fuck us up big times.

still la liga got more money from their tv deal domestic and overseas and better future on make it better, while serie A tv deal will stagnate or decline.

and if we talking about all revenues, tickets+comercials+tv deals and merchandise, help from government etc Inter would be better in epl, la liga and probably in bundesliga too.
 

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Yeah like we don't have enough problems facing just one dominating club in Italy, so let's transfer to a league with TWO even bigger and richer dominating clubs. That'll work well for us.
 

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still la liga got more money from their tv deal domestic and overseas and better future on make it better, while serie A tv deal will stagnate or decline.

and if we talking about all revenues, tickets+comercials+tv deals and merchandise, help from government etc Inter would be better in epl, la liga and probably in bundesliga too.

Doesn't even matter when we will lose all that cash because of the "Historic Merit"
 

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Sorry if this is not a place for this, I don't follow this thread normally. Is someone familiar with both Inter Financial Situation and I think crucially with FPP rules would tell me if from a theoretical perspective it would be possible for Inter to:
-Buy Cancelo
-Buy Rafinha
-Buy a 60M player
-Pay and collect other obligations (Gagliardini etc.)
-Have around 30M for other players
and then balance it back with sale of let's say Joao Mario for 30 and e.g. Brzozovic for another 30 and Valencia buys Kongdobia. Asking because a friend says it's possible and from what I understand not really.
 
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