Inter's Financial Situation

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Yeah I’d love to see someone with more financial knowledge to share what those number really mean for us
 

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So players do have a control over their future. Would love to see them rejecting all offers and then Stivies face.
If Skriniar or Barella have some balls (I believe they do) they have to push all core players to reject everything.

De vrij - 35
Dimarco - 16
Gagliardini - 10
Vecino - 5
Pinamonti - 16
Vanheusden - 10
Lazaro -8
Sensi - 8
Esposito - 6
Satriano - 8

These are market values, 122 mil approx. I can't believe that we even can not take 50-60 mil for them.
Then Vidal, Sanchez, Rano, Kolarov, this will be a big reduce in salary and room for new players like Dybala.
Besides Ausilio Sold noname guys for millions in the past.

Why we can not do this instead of selling Basto? of caurse Bastoni is easy and quick.
 

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A couple of things I just want to note on the InterMedia Co financial statement


You'll see the line DIVIDENDS PAYABLE. That is NOT dividends to Suning - Inter MediaCo is owned by Inter TeamCo and Inter BrandCo (apparently at 55.6:44.4 ratio, originally).

I dont have the report, but i'd be willing to bet Inter BrandCo is basically 100% owned by Inter TeamCo

Inter TeamCo, then, is the vehicle that is owned by Suning/etc, e.g. it is Inter TeamCo is owned by Great Horizon (which is the Suning vehicle)


That means dividends paid by MediaCo go to TeamCo and BrandCo, RATHER than Suning. Just to be super clear about it. The only way to funnel cash back to Suning would be dividends from TeamCo, going to Great Horizon, which then go back to Suning via the Suning Holdings group.


The deferred income of 30mil worries me a bit - I BELIEVE that's things like... sponsorship revenue we calculated onto the balance sheet but hasnt actually been paid yet, so we now need to show it as a liability.
 
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So players do have a control over their future. Would love to see them rejecting all offers and then Stivies face.
If Skriniar or Barella have some balls (I believe they do) they have to push all core players to reject everything.

De vrij - 35
Dimarco - 16
Gagliardini - 10
Vecino - 5
Pinamonti - 16
Vanheusden - 10
Lazaro -8
Sensi - 8
Esposito - 6
Satriano - 8

These are market values, 122 mil approx. I can't believe that we even can not take 50-60 mil for them.
Then Vidal, Sanchez, Rano, Kolarov, this will be a big reduce in salary and room for new players like Dybala.
Besides Ausilio Sold noname guys for millions in the past.

Why we can not do this instead of selling Basto? of caurse Bastoni is easy and quick.

Vecino is out of contract
Lazaro isnt worth 8
Sensi isnt worth 8
De Vrij isnt worth 35
Gagliardini is absolutely not worth 10
 

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We just renewed our bond in January, the amount was 415m€ or something.

That's the debt Inter has to financial institutions. Oaktree deal is not directly connected to Inter. Suning's holding company took that loan.
 

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Vecino is out of contract
Lazaro isnt worth 8
Sensi isnt worth 8
De Vrij isnt worth 35
Gagliardini is absolutely not worth 10
Thats why I wrote less then half from they market values. they worth 122 mill(Transfermarkt) and I was saying 50 mil for them.
 

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Told ya to prepere for the sale of 2 of Lautaro, Barella and De Vrij.

I wouldn't mind selling all three if we would get big bucks for Barella and Lautaro and then we get gems like Frattessi
 

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but that's too many variables to actually work
 

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Seems that we are going to sing a new settlement agreement with UEFA, due to our situation over the last four years.
This is going to be hilarious, since the previous settlement agreement has brought us Inter Banter era.
Damn, fix this broken situation Suning, or leave this fucking club ffs.
 

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I’m seeing reports of that disgusting, forbidden word again, “settlement agreement”.

I don’t understand why the fucking fuck we are the only club in Europe seemingly targeted for compliance in such a manner.

Signing a settlement agreement would send us straight back to 2015. A death sentence. Then again, I believe it might appeal to Suning as a convenient excuse and a way to further justify our downsizing to a Europa League club.
 

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I’m seeing reports of that disgusting, forbidden word again, “settlement agreement”.

I don’t understand why the fucking fuck we are the only club in Europe seemingly targeted for compliance in such a manner.

Signing a settlement agreement would send us straight back to 2015. A death sentence. Then again, I believe it might appeal to Suning as a convenient excuse and a way to further justify our downsizing to a Europa League club.
Haven't we already imposed the repercussions of a settlement agreement to ourselves? Do you think Uefa terms would be worse than 60m profit and 15% wage bill cut every summer? A settlement agreement would be a problem only if we changed ownership. As long as Suning are around, it wouldn't make a difference.

And yes. Settlement agreement had always been a conventient excuse of ownership of this club in order not to spend and avoid backlash from fanbase. It happened with Thohir and it's going to happen now.
 

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I’m seeing reports of that disgusting, forbidden word again, “settlement agreement”.

I don’t understand why the fucking fuck we are the only club in Europe seemingly targeted for compliance in such a manner.

Signing a settlement agreement would send us straight back to 2015. A death sentence. Then again, I believe it might appeal to Suning as a convenient excuse and a way to further justify our downsizing to a Europa League club.
That's one of the things which pisses me off the most about this club. There is no clear explanation about what the hell is going inside this club. Everything looks classified.

Even when a player gets injured the official website goes like: x player suffered a calf injury! No more explanation about the length of injury.

Fans should be experts on every field to give an educated guess about what's really going on inside this club!
 

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We published our Q3 financial results today, as @IM21 pointed out. We typically only provide updates for the MediaCo portion of the company.

Revenue is down because of a decrease in corporate sponsorship revenue, as well as Serie A earning lower licensing revenue. Serie A earns an overall revenue from selling their rights, which they then divide up among the clubs. I don't know what they did to make it decrease YoY, but it went down quite a bit.

The improvement over last year is primarily due to matchday revenue (we earned 36M from July through March) and the capital gains (plusvalenza) from Lukaku and Hakimi.
 

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We published our Q3 financial results today, as @IM21 pointed out. We typically only provide updates for the MediaCo portion of the company.

Revenue is down because of a decrease in corporate sponsorship revenue, as well as Serie A earning lower licensing revenue. Serie A earns an overall revenue from selling their rights, which they then divide up among the clubs. I don't know what they did to make it decrease YoY, but it went down quite a bit.

The improvement over last year is primarily due to matchday revenue (we earned 36M from July through March) and the capital gains (plusvalenza) from Lukaku and Hakimi.
No middle east/north africa aka MENA deal. They broadcast it for free on their youtube channel during the season cause they couldn't conclude a deal in time.
So that's a big audience the clowns at lega missed out on.
 

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No middle east/north africa aka MENA deal. They broadcast it for free on their youtube channel during the season cause they couldn't conclude a deal in time.
So that's a big audience the clowns at lega missed out on.
sums up nicely the fucking idiots that run this league and how unaware they are.
 

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Inter’s revenues are up by 20% for the first quarter of 2022, though significant losses are still expected in the budget for the fiscal year 2021-22.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri will report losses of around €120 million for the fiscal year, down from the €246 million reported last time around.

The increase in revenues for the first quarter of the year are a positive sign for the club, and reflect the continued financial effects of last summer’s big money sales of Achraf Hakimi and Romelu Lukaku as well as the return of fans to stadiums.

Despite this overall positive trend, however, the financial situation at the club is still far from stabilized.

The losses from operating costs compared to revenues over the past fiscal year are still forecast to be around €120 million when the club meet about their official reports for the past fiscal year at the end of June.
 
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