Inter's Financial Situation

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No, in Semi or quarters that does not count.
 

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15.64 reaching group stage. 2 draws at 930k, 3 wins at 2.8 mil, 9.6 mil fro 1/16 and 10.6 at quarterfinal.

Semifinal would be another 12.5. that would be it, we are not going to the finals.:)

So basically 10M every qualification round.

We should beat Benfica.....I hope. And with that C/L has provided a boost of 40m consertative figure. If you win C/L how much is the prize money. Its not going to happen like a maid that resembles Bella Hadid walking into your room while you shower and asks if you need help.

We can dream.

Otherwise all in for Napoli to fly the flag for Serie A they deserve it.
 

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we will likely beat benfica but i dont know if we can go any further, 352 is trash especially against top competition
 

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we will likely beat benfica but i dont know if we can go any further, 352 is trash especially against top competition
on the contrary, it mainly works against top teams. Why should we play with tops according to the same scheme as them when we have a weaker player in each position?
 

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on the contrary, it mainly works against top teams. Why should we play with tops according to the same scheme as them when we have a weaker player in each position?

I thought we had no chance in 2010 :)..... and a way harder road to a title. I mean with a brain dead coach it seems very difficult but maybe all that money to lukaku and Correa won't come to waste when they score the winning goals in the next 3 rounds :)
 

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crzd, City poops their pants in CL but at least they serially win titles, Inter seems a lot worse mentally compared to them. If we play City (big if lol) in the final, I don't see THIS Inter not pooping their pants.
 

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crzd, City poops their pants in CL but at least they serially win titles, Inter seems a lot worse mentally compared to them. If we play City (big if lol) in the final, I don't see THIS Inter not pooping their pants.

It's more likely Pep fucks up the game himself.
 

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It's more likely Pep fucks up the game himself.
Against Inter that likes to bottle big games? Betting my money on Pep in this case. Their bench is better than some of our starters
 

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One thing I am really concerned about is Suning having the funds to rebuild in the summer. There are going to be a lot of free agents come the end of the season and lot squad places that need to be filled. It is all well and good for management to say that they would like to lower the squad age but the reality is very different and there are question marks as to whether Suning will actually be able to afford to do so.
 

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We should really cut the cord.

We've reached the end of a cycle, let everyone that isn't Onana, Bastoni, Barella and Lautaro go and start anew with youngsters on cheap wages.

It'll take 2-3 years, but we'll be back.

Heck, with all the departures and reduced wage bill, we might even get sold, like Milan
 

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We should really cut the cord.

We've reached the end of a cycle, let everyone that isn't Onana, Bastoni, Barella and Lautaro go and start anew with youngsters on cheap wages.

It'll take 2-3 years, but we'll be back.

Heck, with all the departures and reduced wage bill, we might even get sold, like Milan

Lautaro and Onana for a good offer can go. Bastoni if he really wants 5-6 million can also go
 

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We should really cut the cord.

We've reached the end of a cycle, let everyone that isn't Onana, Bastoni, Barella and Lautaro go and start anew with youngsters on cheap wages.

It'll take 2-3 years, but we'll be back.

Heck, with all the departures and reduced wage bill, we might even get sold, like Milan
I think you make an excellent point. We're trying to straddle two incompatible goals: severely cutting costs while winning trophies. It simply can't be done without these expensive, stop gap options. Resetting the squad would benefit us.

Unfortunately, our management isn't competent enough to steer us clear of another Banter era.
 

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Yes, let say Inter could try to decrease wage bill by sell Bastoni and Calhanoglu, but looking Inter gives Lukaku 10 mil, Dzeko 6 m, Smalling 5m, so what will be Inter decrease?
 
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Yes, let say Inter could try to decrease wage bill by sell Bastoni and Calhanoglu, but looking Inter gives Lukaku 10 mil, Dzeko 6 m, Smalling 5m, so what will Inter decrease?
Those guys should be shipped to Middle East or MLS. Learn from Milan and napoli, they don't hesitate to let players with astronomical wages to fuck off and replace them with cheaper options. Do not learn from juventus, suning is not FIAT and we don't owned our own stadium.
 
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I think you make an excellent point. We're trying to straddle two incompatible goals: severely cutting costs while winning trophies. It simply can't be done without these expensive, stop gap options. Resetting the squad would benefit us.

Unfortunately, our management isn't competent enough to steer us clear of another Banter era.
It's the ownership, demanding to go forward, not to take steps backs.
 

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INTER BEGIN REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP IN MEXICO WITH SPORTS CHANNEL AFFIZZIONADOS
Inter have announced a deal with Mexican Sports channel Affizzionados to become the club’s first Regional Partner in Latin America.

The Nerazzurri will provide the broadcasters with exclusive content, experiences and the opportunity for fans from Mexico to fly to Milan to see the team in action.

The partnership is intended to strengthen the club’s presence in Latin America, home to the second-largest base of Inter supporters across the world.

According to a statement on the club website, the move to partner with Affizionados is part of the steps Inter have taken to establish themselves as a “media entertainment company.”

The aim is to create content for the world’s major international broadcasters, which will help fans across the globe feel more interconnected with the team, as well as providing a much-needed boost to Inter’s club revenues.

Luca Danovaro, Inter’s chief revenue officer released the following statement via the club’s media channels:
“We are really pleased to have closed this deal with TV channel Afizzionados. This partnership will allow us to strengthen our presence in Latin America, a location of strategic importance in Inter’s pursuit of brand development on the American continent.”

“It will also mean that we can get closer to our Mexican fanbase, who are one of the most committed in the world, and it rewards our commitment to transforming our club into a real media entertainment company.”
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Ria Money Transfer has officially been announced as the official money transfer partner of Inter
This is confirmed in an announcement on the Nerazzurri’s official site, which explains that the company’s logo will appear on the LED advertising hoardings at the San Siro during the team’s home matches, as well as on the official site and other promotional materials.

Over the past few months, Inter have announced a flurry of commercial partnerships as part of their efforts to widen their brand, including in the digital space and also with commercial and financial services companies.

Ria Money Transfer is a subsidiary of Euronet which provides the service of electronic transfers of funds, and has become the latest company to partner with the Nerazzurri as part of these wider goals.

The company was incorporated in 1987, and since then has become the third largest provider of money transfers in the world, also branching out into the digital space.
https://www.riamoneytransfer.com/
 
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