Inter's Financial Situation

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For fuck sake! Again this hysterical cry!
Yes, we are a shadow of ourselves. Serie A is a shadow of itself. Italy as a country is stagnating and falling behind. The era of italian sugar daddys (Berlu, Moratti, Cragnotti, Tanzi) is also gone.
If you want to be relevant, you need to change the strategy, the whole modus operandi.

And guess who could give you a pattern, how you should approach the new strategy. Milan, our cousins from around the corner.
Milan is a bigger name than us. The second most successful club in CL after Real. From 1989 until 2007 they won 5 CL and play another 3 finals. Nearly every 2 or3 years Milan was in CL final.
And surprise, Eliott (Paul Singer) didin`t give a fuck about all their glory, glamour and so on. They write off their debt but Maldini & co needed to work under a lot of restrictions: low salary bill, salary cap, no money for big signings and so on. And seems it is fucking work.
We need to be like Milan. We won`t get a sugar daddy again.

Another word for our players who love Inter so much, who bleed black and blue and so on. Don`t forget we have a bigger salary bill than Milan. And not by few millions. They are way underpaid than our boys. . And our players didn`t take a paycut in the pandemic (like Juventus players for exemple). And most of them don`t have a sensational resume. I don`t blame them, but also I don`t scream out loud their love for the club. The love comes with a cost (a biiig paycheck).
 

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sugar daddy isn't real thing. it was just phrase for someone/company hiding their wealthy at somewhere. but your overlord zhang family/suning isn't reliable owner. worse from it. they are just fraud, corrupt thing should be in jail for ignore their crime in Hongkong.
 

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like what we did with ICMARKETS?
we cancel the sponsership and ask for compensation from a lawsuit?
 

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I wonder what our wage budget is for new season including all the releases and new players. Maybe Gazzetta will write it up before the start as its usually done .
 

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Inter are such "gentlemen" one would also say they appear to be an easy mark as well.
 

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It's good we won't be the "bad" guys here at any point. Because if we do everything as per the contract, we have better legal grounds to sue them. If we do as per the contract, we can demand for them to pay as agreed later if they happen to find financing for themselves.
 

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They spend much less than we do. We have an extremely high amortisation cost in comparison and iirc pay more in wages too stgnificantly.
Do you know we have an extremely high amortisation or is this based on past years. At least in terms of squad amortisation we should be very low since lukaku and Hakimi were sold. It s only dumfries and correa that are on their initial contract and came with a transfer fee....
 

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Assumed based on previous years. Pier will havethe thing, it's come down a lot but is still high.inguess
 

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how did you guys not think this will go tits up?

do you guys do Inters due diligence when they sign these fucking things
 

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For fuck sake! Again this hysterical cry!
Yes, we are a shadow of ourselves. Serie A is a shadow of itself. Italy as a country is stagnating and falling behind. The era of italian sugar daddys (Berlu, Moratti, Cragnotti, Tanzi) is also gone.
If you want to be relevant, you need to change the strategy, the whole modus operandi.

And guess who could give you a pattern, how you should approach the new strategy. Milan, our cousins from around the corner.
Milan is a bigger name than us. The second most successful club in CL after Real. From 1989 until 2007 they won 5 CL and play another 3 finals. Nearly every 2 or3 years Milan was in CL final.
And surprise, Eliott (Paul Singer) didin`t give a fuck about all their glory, glamour and so on. They write off their debt but Maldini & co needed to work under a lot of restrictions: low salary bill, salary cap, no money for big signings and so on. And seems it is fucking work.
We need to be like Milan. We won`t get a sugar daddy again.

Another word for our players who love Inter so much, who bleed black and blue and so on. Don`t forget we have a bigger salary bill than Milan. And not by few millions. They are way underpaid than our boys. . And our players didn`t take a paycut in the pandemic (like Juventus players for exemple). And most of them don`t have a sensational resume. I don`t blame them, but also I don`t scream out loud their love for the club. The love comes with a cost (a biiig paycheck).
Totally agree, there's a famous saying - "The road to self-sufficiency is paved with blood and guts."

Yeh, it's fucking shitty that Inter aren't a European top tier club because the financials are fucking shit, but all it seems like some posters want is for Suning to simply sell (at a loss) to a billionaire or oil state who will indulge the fans with signings and ever more worsening financial loss?

Do we REALLY want to be like Juventus, PSG and ManCity?
 

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Isn’t Barella the most most expensive player in Inter’s current starting 11. What was the fee 35 Million €?
 

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Isn’t Barella the most most expensive player in Inter’s current starting 11. What was the fee 35 Million €?
Depends. Technically you could argue it's Lukaku.
 

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Depends. Technically you could argue it's Lukaku.
Sorry I didn’t mean current market value. I meant it terms of cost to the club on date of acquisition.

The discussion above was about operating the club to keep costs low. But considering that this current Inter squad had been assembled with low- medium transfer fees. And the expensive players like Lukaku and Hakimi have been sold for profits, it’s hard to keep costs even lower than what was achieved.
 

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Sorry I didn’t mean current market value. I meant it terms of cost to the club on date of acquisition.

The discussion above was about operating the club to keep costs low. But considering that this current Inter squad had been assembled with low- medium transfer fees. And the expensive players like Lukaku and Hakimi have been sold for profits, it’s hard to keep costs even lower than what was achieved.
My argument was that Lukaku's annual cost this season is the highest of any player in the squad. 8M loan fee plus another 8Mish (net) in wages.
 

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