- Jul 17, 2010
10 years of FIF
So our squad, standing and finances have only gotten worse since Suning last tried to sell the club at €1b but now they're asking for €1.2b. Genius.According to Biasin, Suning have asked Goldman Sachs to find buyers for Inter. They have set the price at 1.2 billions.
Our financial run rate has probably improved quite substantially, though, our wage expenditure is down, our squad amortisation is down, our dead wood is down.So our squad, standing and finances have only gotten worse since Suning last tried to sell the club at €1b but now they're asking for €1.2b. Genius.
Yet we are the club with the worst finances in Europe.Our financial run rate has probably improved quite substantially, though, our wage expenditure is down, our squad amortisation is down, our dead wood is down.
Dont get me wrong, +200mil equity is ridiculous, I agree, but the financial situation imho is a bit better
The lack of a stadium has little to do with money. Milan had the richest Italian owner you could dream of for thirty years.I don't mind the Zhang's. When they had (or could spend) money, they did the right moves, also Steven clearly loves the club, the city, his job, and given his age his is doing a pretty good job, or did, nowadays Inzaghi shits on everything good.
I don't know the politics behind their inability to throw money at Inter anymore, but if they sell, i hope (and I've said that thousands of times) it's to someone that is wikipedia rich. By that i mean, someone so obviously super rich, that you can see his/their family billions in the wiki page. Someone so blatantly rich, that money is not an issue anymore.
-New stadium? Boom!
-Hakimi back? Boom boom!
Net worth: €50 billion (public) and trillions in reality.
No shady investment funds, no "Tohir rich", no Italian fashion designers, none of that shit anymore.
Majority of us here are getting old, so we need to feel that arab money rich in our lifetime.
I don't care of how they became rich either. I'm not gonna pretend to be a pretentious moral fuck.
Why? Buying a football club for these guys mean buying influence ie. soft power. How buying a football club from Italy would mean they would drop a football club ownership in Britain? I don't see a connection.