Inter's Financial Situation

Caecuban

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Jul 31, 2011
Messages
3,550
Likes
0
Favorite Player
JZ
10 years of FIF
so no more FFP bullshit to worry this year!
 

Palatiga

Prima Squadra
Prima Squadra
Joined
May 22, 2018
Messages
685
Likes
26
What about the too much ammortization bullshit,
Do we out of that too?
 

brehme1989

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jan 17, 2005
Messages
30,368
Likes
10,162
10 years of FIF
Nostradamus
so no more FFP bullshit to worry this year!

This is actually the final season.
Too early to tell, but hopefully it's just a Joao Mario transfer away from that last summer headache.
 

El Matador

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Jan 30, 2013
Messages
1,301
Likes
228
What about the too much ammortization bullshit,
Do we out of that too?
I'd also like to understand our situation with that. Putting the capital gain requirement aside. The 95 million we made up for sale should clear up 95 million in space for the champions league list, that should sound right?
 

crzdcolombian

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Aug 2, 2007
Messages
12,954
Likes
976
Favorite Player
Cryptozo d King
10 years of FIF
Can you loan me your car with a right to purchase it next year ( i probably will just use it and not buy it next year btw....) ?

You know, other teams Sport Directors are not all inter fans :p

Hahaha it’s called a lease.... all my cars have been like that. At the end of my 3 year lease I am like fk no...... give me a new one..... someone puked in the back seat.... someone pee’d in the passenger seat. My dogs have fired spunk everywhere on this thing....

You keep it
 

chipschups

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Dec 27, 2010
Messages
6,868
Likes
1
Favorite Player
Alvaro "el
10 years of FIF
MASTERPIECE FOR MANAGEMENT: capital gains done without selling star players. No more limitations in 2019-2020
TRANSFER MARKET
Capital gain chapter is complete, closed, done, and in the past. The mark of 45 million euros required by UEFA FFP is reached.

“CFO Gardini, sporting director Ausilio and his assistant Baccin have completed a masterpiece, removing the prospect of having to sell one of the star players: to be precise, one of Icardi, Brozovic, Perisic and Skriniar.”

Mission is accomplished but Inter will continue to offload a few more players such as Nagatomo to Galatasaray, Joao Mario, Puscas and Manaj.

The Corriere dello Sport highlights a very important aspect: “Not achieving this goal would have led UEFA to take new measures against Inter for the 2019-2020 season, the first year that the club of Suning will be out of the settlement agreement signed in the Thohir era. And now, instead, Inter are convinced that they have passed the test as they have reached balance parity: in a year, therefore, goodbye limitations and, in case of European qualification, compiling list of players will no longer be a puzzle like now.”

Source: CdS

We are FREEE!!!!

FC Internazionale Milano

1. The settlement agreement covers the sporting seasons 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19.
2. Inter undertakes to reach full break-even compliance by monitoring period 2018/19 (i.e. reporting periods 2016, 2017 and 2018).
3. Inter agrees that for the financial year ending in 2016 and for the financial year ending in 2017 the employee benefit expenses to revenue ratio is restricted and that the amortisation and impairment of the costs of acquiring players' registrations is limited.
4. Inter agrees to pay a total amount up to €20m, which will be withheld from any revenues it earns from participating in UEFA competitions commencing in season 2014/15. Of this amount, €6m shall be paid in full, irrespective of any early exit from the settlement regime, and will be withheld in three equal instalments. Payment of the remaining €14m is conditional and may be withheld in certain circumstances depending on the club's compliance with the operational and financial measures imposed in the settlement agreement.
5. Inter agrees to report a maximum break-even deficit of €30m for the financial year ending in 2016 and no break-even deficit for the financial year ending in 2017.
--------------------
6. Inter accepts that it will be subject to a limitation on the number of players that it may include on the A list for the purposes of participation in UEFA competitions. Specifically, for season 2015/2016, Inter may only register a maximum of 21 players on the A list, instead of the potential maximum of 25 as foreseen in the relevant competition regulations, and 22 players for the 2016/17 season. Such restriction will be lifted as from season 2017/18 if the club fulfils the operational and financial measures agreed with the UEFA CFCB.
7. Inter accepts, for the duration of the settlement agreement, a calculated limitation on the number of new registrations it may include within its A list for the purposes of participation in UEFA competitions. This calculation is based on the club's net transfer position in each respective registration period covered by the agreement. Such restrictions will be lifted as from season 2017/18 if the clubs fulfils the operational and financial measures agreed with the UEFA CFCB.
 

Devious

Somebody stop me!
La Grande Inter
Joined
Oct 1, 2006
Messages
16,870
Likes
887
Favorite Player
Javier Zanetti
10 years of FIF
Most Diverse Poster
The nightmare is over

FB_IMG_1530362513970.jpg


Grazie grand Ausilio!

Starting from next summer we can buy both CR and Messi without even blinking an eye :slick:
 

junior55

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Jul 9, 2009
Messages
2,954
Likes
295
Favorite Player
Cambiasso
10 years of FIF
I understand is difficult concept and not clearly explained but people have to start realizing that we are out of the Settlement Agreement limitations not FFP limitation for next season.

No club is out of FFP limitation but that is ok and acceptable. The settlement agreement is the real problem that is going to influence our CL list this year and not having to worry anymore about that starting from next season will be a great thing..


***In a simple example***
With FFP limitation you can buy Messi for 200M and 10M wage as long as you prove to UEFA that you generated 200M during that season through selling Messi shirts and various sponsorships that generated income due to him(which is what PSG did for neymar and mbappe)

With current Settlement Agreement limitations that inter has you can buy Messi for 200M and 10M wages but you cant include him in CL list as long as you don't sell players already in that list for a total value of 200M and 10M wages..
 

chipschups

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Dec 27, 2010
Messages
6,868
Likes
1
Favorite Player
Alvaro "el
10 years of FIF
I understand is difficult concept and not clearly explained but people have to start realizing that we are out of the Settlement Agreement limitations not FFP limitation for next season.

No club is out of FFP limitation but that is ok and acceptable. The settlement agreement is the real problem that is going to influence our CL list this year and not having to worry anymore about that starting from next season will be a great thing..


***In a simple example***
With FFP limitation you can buy Messi for 200M and 10M wage as long as you prove to UEFA that you generated 200M during that season through selling Messi shirts and various sponsorships that generated income due to him(which is what PSG did for neymar and mbappe)

With current Settlement Agreement limitations that inter has you can buy Messi for 200M and 10M wages but you cant include him in CL list as long as you don't sell players already in that list for a total value of 200M and 10M wages..

True.. thats why I point out #6 & #7 since that two is the one who stopping us buy an expensive player and need pull option to buy so we can registered them into our CL list this season.
 

Devious

Somebody stop me!
La Grande Inter
Joined
Oct 1, 2006
Messages
16,870
Likes
887
Favorite Player
Javier Zanetti
10 years of FIF
Most Diverse Poster
I understand is difficult concept and not clearly explained but people have to start realizing that we are out of the Settlement Agreement limitations not FFP limitation for next season.

No club is out of FFP limitation but that is ok and acceptable. The settlement agreement is the real problem that is going to influence our CL list this year and not having to worry anymore about that starting from next season will be a great thing..


***In a simple example***
With FFP limitation you can buy Messi for 200M and 10M wage as long as you prove to UEFA that you generated 200M during that season through selling Messi shirts and various sponsorships that generated income due to him(which is what PSG did for neymar and mbappe)

With current Settlement Agreement limitations that inter has you can buy Messi for 200M and 10M wages but you cant include him in CL list as long as you don't sell players already in that list for a total value of 200M and 10M wages..

Messi's 200m are already covered, we've just signed a new sponsorship agreement with two new Chinese companies (one of them is called the donkey's mother, the one that spanks jube) the agreement will generate an annual revenue of 300m a year.

Meaning, if we advance in CL and won the league (which is so so so unlikely :Ed: ) we'll have enough revenue to buy both Messi and CR AND build a stadium.
 

yoszee

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Apr 8, 2012
Messages
4,461
Likes
16
Favorite Player
飞&#25196
And i start wondering, why rubentus not invest the money on UCL's ref, they already had platini backing up their ass.
 

aymantawil

Prima Squadra
Prima Squadra
Joined
Jul 12, 2014
Messages
631
Likes
66
amazing works i am really proud of this our acadimies are finally producing golds

Forza inter
 

Pico32

Prima Squadra
Prima Squadra
Joined
Mar 19, 2007
Messages
553
Likes
0
Favorite Player
JZ.
Messi's 200m are already covered, we've just signed a new sponsorship agreement with two new Chinese companies (one of them is called the donkey's mother, the one that spanks jube) the agreement will generate an annual revenue of 300m a year.

Meaning, if we advance in CL and won the league (which is so so so unlikely :Ed: ) we'll have enough revenue to buy both Messi and CR AND build a stadium.
It will only generate 10+ million euro next year, with other deals and UCL we will be able to hit 300+ revenues
 

.h.

Part time Lazarus
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jun 8, 2005
Messages
26,809
Likes
4,060
Favorite Player
Inter1-0Wanda
Old username
browha
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
two new sponsorship deals bring in another 43 mil a year or so !
 

Jnr

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Feb 14, 2007
Messages
9,730
Likes
2,336
Favorite Player
Il Capitano
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
I think the 43M€ is the total value of the sponsorship contract. Not per year.
 

.h.

Part time Lazarus
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jun 8, 2005
Messages
26,809
Likes
4,060
Favorite Player
Inter1-0Wanda
Old username
browha
Forum Supporter
10 years of FIF
ah

well, either way, great shit!
 

M.Adnan

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Feb 7, 2005
Messages
10,019
Likes
503
Favorite Player
Tomas Locatelli
10 years of FIF
Forum Supporter
We are so rich!
 

brehme1989

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jan 17, 2005
Messages
30,368
Likes
10,162
10 years of FIF
Nostradamus
Do we have the book value of our players for 2018-19? And any indication of our projection? If let's say the bare minimum is to reach top 4 in Italy and participate in the Champions League groups until December, what kind of deficit/profit are we looking at? I'm well aware that we need to conclude deals on the Malcom and Florenzi/Vrsaljko/Zappacosta fronts + Rafinha as well, but I'm just asking if anyone has found anything. Calcio E Finanza usually comes up with decent articles about this but didn't have the time to check.

It will be interesting to see if we can pull off a mega transfer (70-100m) this summer if we can rely on selling around 30m worth of plusvalenza at the end of the year and the potential sales of Joao Mario, Eder, Barbosa(on loan until December with an option to renew until next December), Candreva etc.
 
Top