The impact of the Inter summer transfer market on the balance sheet. Here are all the figures of the operations in the analysis of Football and Finance
The impact of the Inter summer transfer market on the balance sheet. The Nerazzurri club has borrowed Acerbi, Bellanova and Lukaku, while it has bought outright Mkhitaryan and Onana. To these operations is added that of Asllani with Empoli. Outgoing, Pinamonti went to Sassuolo and Casadei to Chelsea, in addition to loans from Sensi and Radu. The contracts of Kolarov, Perisic, Ranocchia and Vecino have ended, while the resolution has arrived for Sanchez and Vidal. But what will be the impact of the transfer market operations on Inter’s 2022/23 balance sheet? Here is the in-depth analysis of calcioefinanza.itwhich took the indiscretions on values and salaries from the main media outlets.
“Among the new purchases, the most expensive operation is the one involving Kristian Asllani (14 million in total at Empoli between onerous loan and redemption obligation), with the other outright transactions linked to the free-transfer business Mkhitaryan and Onana. In addition, three transactions were concluded on a temporary basis, with the arrivals of Lukaku (Chelsea), Bellanova (Cagliari) and Acerbi (Lazio). According to the estimates of Calcio e Finanza, the incoming transactions, between the amortization of the players acquired outright (considering the Asllani transaction outright, given the certain conditions of the redemption) and gross salaries, should result in higher costs for about 36, 4 million euros.
Among the outgoing transactions, there were two in particular that characterized the transfer market summer for Inter: the sale of Casadei to Chelsea and of Pinamonti to Sassuolo, for a total of 35 million euros. Furthermore, Inter have loaned Sensi and Radu on loan (in addition to other disposals that should not have an impact on the 2022/23 budget considering that they were players already on loan last season such as Agoumè, Lazaro, Satriano and Salcedo ) concluded the contracts of Perisic, Vecino, Kolarov, Ranocchia and terminated the contracts with Sanchez and Vidal (with severance pay). According to the estimates of Calcio e Finanza, the outgoing operations should have a positive impact of approximately 59 million euros for the 2022/23 budget.
This figure can be reached by adding the capital gains / losses realized, the collection from loans, the amortization savings (in the case of players sold outright) and the savings on the gross salary for players who left the Nerazzurri squad compared to the season. 2021/22.
Between income and expenditure, therefore, the impact on the 2022/23 budget of the transfer market should translate into lower costs for around 22.8 million euros.
On the other hand, considering only the balance between entries and exits with regard to cards (only outright transactions), the transfer session for Inter ends with a positive balance of around 21 million euros “, it is read..
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