ROME – This year, Inter has managed to close the balance sheet positively, with revenues of around 40 million euros. From 2014 to today, the Nerazzurri have managed to obtain capital gains of 121 million , mainly selling products from their youth sector. Finally Pinamonti, a bomber of the Under 20 national team, who was sold to Genoa for 18 million. A transfer, as Calciomercato.com points out, which attracted the criticism of CIES , an independent observatory specialized in the statistical analysis of football.
"The transfer of Pinamonti for high and artificially inflated commissions is only one of the many transfer and exchange agreements concluded to circumvent UEFA's financial fair play. How to turn a good idea into a casino? The Italian clubs show the way, who follows it? "He wrote.
In Serie A , according to what emerges from an analysis on the accounts of Italian football published by the Republic , between 1 July 2018 and 30 June 2019, the clubs have registered something like 717 million of capital gains. More than a third of the figure, as recently announced by Calcio e Finanza, was produced by only two clubs: Juventus and Roma, with 113 and 132 million respectively, which in the just closed budget will produce a real breath of oxygen.
The natural way of capital gain is the technical sacrifice of a jewel of the club. A practice at Inter , says Repubblica again. As in the case of Sensi, whose loan to Inter was entirely covered by 20 year-old Marco Sala, 34 C appearances with Arezzo in the last year. Last year the Nerazzurri did the same for Politano and at Sassuolo went Odgaard. (source REPUBLIC – TWITTER)
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