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Yep. Those 9mln are with 7 mln included from JM. Which means that Lazaro's valuation is around 2mln.
 

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his national team coach: "The problem with him is that in the last ten days he hasn't even been able to train with the team, which to me is really incredible that something like this happens in such a big club. Apparently they want to sell him. But he has no rhythm. he has no training rhythm. It is a very uncomfortable situation for him. "
 

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I suspect he is being pushed to accept the Benfica offer, hence not training with the team. I'm glad Inter are taking firm steps to get rid of rubbish, we have sometimes been too lenient with bad leavers. Lazaro looks like the kind of guy who is deluded enough to think he will have a breakthrough season just coz he is allowed to train with the team. He probably needs some pushing.

I will be eternally grateful to Benfica if they take both Mario and Lazaro off our hands this season.
 

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Lazaro's book value is 11M, so we would actually be taking a capital loss just so he GTFO.
If it's a loan with an obligation to buy, actually we would get capital gain from this as Lazaro's net value would be around 5.5m if the option gets triggered at the end of the season.
His wage is 4.5m gross IIRC, so we will end up saving 2m and some headaches.
It's only 1.5m gross, but yeah, more saving.

So good guy Rui Costa didn't forget the most likely under-the-table deal.
It'd be funny to see what Sporting may came up with this again.
 

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If it's a loan with an obligation to buy, actually we would get capital gain from this as Lazaro's net value would be around 5.5m if the option gets triggered at the end of the season.

It's only 1.5m gross, but yeah, more saving.

So good guy Rui Costa didn't forget the most likely under-the-table deal.
It'd be funny to see what Sporting may came up with this again.
I think you have to treat the accounting for a loan + an obligation as an outright sale, given that the outcome is already determined. I had read this in the official FFP handbook at some point.
 

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It's only 1.5m gross, but yeah, more saving.

So good guy Rui Costa didn't forget the most likely under-the-table deal.
It'd be funny to see what Sporting may came up with this again.

No one is making 1.5m gross at Inter except the primavera players.
 

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I think you have to treat the accounting for a loan + an obligation as an outright sale, given that the outcome is already determined. I had read this in the official FFP handbook at some point.
Ah thanks for the info. I think although even it's an outright sale, if it gets registered on the same fiscal year, in this case at the of the season, the player value is already amortized to a capital gain value. Btw, I'm only referring to Inter media.co's financial report last season, which included Politano and Candreva.

No one is making 1.5m gross at Inter except the primavera players.
I think it's higher too but no source to confirm this. Better wait for Gds wage list.
Btw, there are non-primavera players with lower-wage gross than that, Cordaz and Di Marco (Obviously he would get his improved contract soon).
 

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I think Lazaro's salary is around 1.5m€ net maybe.

9m€ is acceptable, we amortize him yet one time, this season but then we get that money. Failed transfer indeed so this sale is just bare minimum, nothing to be proud of for Marotta and Ausilio.
 

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I think Lazaro's salary is around 1.5m€ net maybe.

9m€ is acceptable, we amortize him yet one time, this season but then we get that money. Failed transfer indeed so this sale is just bare minimum, nothing to be proud of for Marotta and Ausilio.
Conte wanted Lazaro, that was really bad bussines.
 

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We have been loaning Lazaro and losing 5.5m every year on amortisation. So in this particular case, fuck accounting. This 9m feels like 100% profit.

Also, Inter have made such a huge plusvalenza this summer that it makes sense to use some of that to write off some worthless assets at the same time eg Mario, Nainggolan, Lazaro, etc. We are cleaning house.
 
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We have been loaning Lazaro and losing 5.5m every year on amortisation. So in this particular case, fuck accounting. This 9m feels like 100% profit.

Also, Inter have made such a huge plusvalenza this summer that it makes sense to use some of that to write off some worthless assets at the same time eg Mario, Nainggolan, Lazaro, etc. We are cleaning house.
Yes, not bad. Because those "worthless assets" were pretty toxic. Next year come off the books Vidal, Perisic and Vecino. All of them with pretty big salaries. More than what they provide on the pitch.
If next year Lautaro will be sold, you know as last "financial effort", we will have room for Raspardori and another good midfielder.
 

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So let's see how this goes. Lazaro has contract till 2024 as we've apparently extended his contract by one year when we've loaned him out (pretty standard procedure).

His book value is 10-11m€. Over 3 years that means 3.5m€ annual amortized value. If he goes on loan for 2 years, we will amortize his value for two years by 3.5m€ each meaning his book value will be 3.5m€ in the summer of 2023. Then Benfica redeems him for 8-9m€ so we actually net small capital gains over this deal.

Pretty meaningless and I'd like that number to have been a bit higher given Joao Mario deal. They paid 4m€ agent fees to Pastorello (which he waived from us as we had 4m€ credit from him regarding earlier agent fees) so they owe us 3.5m€ from that deal basically. It seems they will get Joao Mario + Lazaro for 8-9m€ + 4m€ which is a pretty good deal for them.
 

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Viva creative italians :einstein: Viva Benfica!
 

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Lazaro was as useless for us as the expired condom in the wallet of the average FIFer, desperately waiting for the hook up that never happened
 
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Lazaro was as useless for us as the expired condom in the wallet of the average FIFer, desperately waiting for the hook up that never happened
:mad:
 
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