La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
- Nov 25, 2010
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10 years of FIF
Not sure if this comment is directed at me personally or inter fans as a wholeFinancial stability is a myth. You think you like it, but you don't.
Because your idea of being financially stable is fucked up. Clubs like Dortmund and Napoli are stable, look how their fans loved it when they sold Bellingham Haaland Kim Fabian Ruiz... Look how you guys loved it when we tried to do the same thing and sold Onana, Brozovic
You want a sugar daddy, just fucking admit it lmao. Because as Inter fans, you don't bring anywhere near enough commercial power to the club for what you want in return from the club. Sugar daddy is the only ownership that can fund the deficit.
100m transfer fee plus wages for acquire a new player are a new norm in the football nowadays and Arabs club will make it going higher soon. Football is going to more costly and expensive.Calculate how much it cost to acquire last season's squad which reached the CL final not named Manchester City. You can do a lot without needing to buy 100m players.
Regardless of this, we’ve proven that it CAN actually work. So why would the management now start overspending just because everyone else is. In fact there is more against it than for it if you look at the number of highly overpaid and overpriced flops in the PL. Our low risk approach is working because Marotta and Ausilio have been able to shockingly bring in quality players when WE all doubted the quality of the players. Until we strike out on that, I don’t see why they would change this approach, UNLESS new ownership gets rid of them.100m transfer fee plus wages for acquire a new player are a new norm in the football nowadays and Arabs club will make it going higher soon. Did you expect to become UCL final miracle is going to happen every season? even the board at the time had been already prepared the Europa League budget when they saw UCL draw..
We don't need to spend 100m on a player. But having 100m extra in the coffer would allow us to keep stars which already doing wonders. Imagine this squad with Onana, Brozovic, Skriniar, Lukaku or Hakimi Cancelo seasons before. That would be automatic Scudetto and CL final again.Regardless of this, we’ve proven that it CAN actually work. So why would the management now start overspending just because everyone else is. In fact there is more against it than for it if you look at the number of highly overpaid and overpriced flops in the PL. Our low risk approach is working because Marotta and Ausilio have been able to shockingly bring in quality players when WE all doubted the quality of the players. Until we strike out on that, I don’t see why they would change this approach, UNLESS new ownership gets rid of them.
this is so true people tend to forget very quickly but the fact is BEPPE MORATTA is BY FAR our most valuable asset and people will do well to remember that the other side of that is misery of years to end without a vision and red line.Dont care who buy us.. only if Marotta has the final say
The day hes gone we will start being the same old Inter which after Moratti we were miserable for 8-9 years straight
Meh, running a football club as a business is a wet dream. It's basically a play thing for oligarchs and authoritarian leaders nowadays. As it was in the past, actually.
All that talk about sustainability is wishful thinking. The inequality in the modern day game is glaring. Top clubs are massive money making machines, yet, to sustain that status they also spend like crazy - Barca, MU, Real... Other teams that are "sustainable", like BVB, Ajax, Atalanta, or many of the Portuguese teams win shit all and are destined to stay where they are - at the bottom of the food chain.
Maybe hoping for a good crop of players and the starts aligning all at the same time, like Ajax's last golden crop and good CL run.
Inter should strive to lock Serie A. And for that, we need a "sugar daddy" that can inject cash for 4-5 years straight. Coupled with Marotta we can replicate Juve's grip on the league and build a stadium out of it. After that, we can start thinking about beginning to be "sustainable". We are actually in a unique position right now, Serie A is as competitive as it ever was and margins are slim. If any one team can build a good core and keep it up for the next couple of years they'd probably dominate the league.
I read somewhere this morning (tutto, football italy) that there is an ongoing due diligence. If it is true, it means they are auditing our account (certainly with Zhang's approval). May be something happening this time.
Tuttosh1t is far from reliable source.A Saudi Arabian fund is carrying out due diligence on Inter’s financial accounts following their offer to US merchant bank Raine Group.
Pages 18 and 19 of today’s Tuttosport detail how a Saudi fund – which contains various investors including Bahraini-based group Investcorp – are willing to pay up to €1.3 billion for the Nerazzurri, matching the valuation set by the club’s owners Suning.
The price tag takes into account Inter’s reemergence on the European scene, the quality players in the squad and the talks for a new stadium in Rozzano. The Raine Group, who are playing a central role in the negotiations, have experience in this field, having helped Todd Boehly’s consortium purchase Chelsea from Roman Abramovich.
Due diligence checks are now ongoing and things could take a key step forward in the coming weeks, although much depends on the position of Inter president Steven Zhang, who has appeared hesitant to sell the club in the recent past.
Over 18 months ago, British investment firm BC Partners were in talks to buy the Nerazzurri but talks hit a deadlock after Zhang made clear his desire to ultimately keep the club.
It’s no secret that Inter have until May 2024 to pay Oaktree back for a €275m loan, not including interest. The Nerazzurri president is keen to refinance this loan, which would allow him to avoid a sale in the coming months.