Inter’s capital gains from 2017 to 2019, which total €89.8m, are being investigated by the Guardia di Finanza.
The Milan Public Prosecutor’s Office have opened an investigation into the Nerazzurri’s accounts, suggesting that there may have been some false accounting relating to their capital gains in this two-year period. The Milanese club are currently in a poor financial state, which is why stars like Romelu Lukaku and Achraf Hakimi were sold in the summer transfer window.
Calcio e Finanza has examined Inter’s transfers in these two years, noting how the club generated €89.9m in total in capital gains. These are the deals that are currently being investigated by the Guardia di Finanza.
Inter’s capital gains in the 2017/18 season:
- Davide Santon: sold to Roma for €9.5m, capital gain €8.127m
- Andrei Ionut Radu: sold to Genoa for €8m, capital gain €7.763m
- Davide Bettella: sold to Atalanta for €7m, capital gain €6.949m
- Federico Valietti: sold to Genoa for €6m, capital gain €5.950m
- Jeison Murillo: sold to Valencia for €11.938m, capital gain €5.340m
- Marco Carraro: sold to Atalanta for €5m, capital gain €4.455m
- Jens Odgaard: sold to Sassuolo for €4.620m, capital gain €3.535m
- Nicolò Zaniolo: sold to Roma for €4.230m, capital gain of €2.643m
- Yuto Nagatomo: sold to Galatasaray for €2.5m, capital gain of €1.845m
- Rei Manaj: sold to Albacete for €1.975m, capital gain of €1.225m
- Francesco Bardi: sold to Frosinone for €1m, capital gain for €721,000
- Geoffrey Kondogbia: sold to Valencia for €21.893m, capital gain for €541,000
- Gary Medel: sold to Besiktas for €2.5m, capital gain for €191,000
- Stevan Jovetic: sold to Monaco for €10.5m, capital gain of €129,000
- Marco Capone: sold to Crotone for €20,000, capital gain of €16,000
Total capital gains in 2017/18 season – €49.7m
Inter’s capital gains in the 2018/19 season:
- Andrea Pinamonti: sold to Genoa for €19.5m, capital gain €9.009m
- Zinho Vanheusden: sold to Standard Liege for €11.740m, capital gain €9.529m
- Andrea Adorante: sold to Parma for €4m, capital gain €3.954m
- Marco Sala: sold to Sassuolo for €3m, capital gain €2.949m
- Gabriele Zappa: sold to Pescara for €3m, capital gain of €2.945m
- Riccardo Burgio: sold to Atalanta for €1.5m, capital gain of €1.464m
- Francesco Forte: sold to Waasland for €400,000, capital gain of €287,000
- Alberto Brigati: sold to Padova for €5,000, capital gain of €4,000
Total capital gains in 2018/19 season – €40.1m
Da Pinamonti a Zaniolo tutte le plusvalenze nei bilanci 2017/18 e 2018/19 dell'Inter, finiti nel mirino dell’indagine della Procura di Milano https://t.co/saQzooxqQO pic.twitter.com/l8Q54orNwK
— Calcio e Finanza (@CalcioFinanza) December 21, 2021
12 Comments on “Zaniolo, Pinamonti and more – The list of Inter’s suspicious transfers”
They’ll have to hurry with indictments before Inter goes bankrupt in a few months…
Notice how the comments here are few compared to the Juventus one.
Let’s compare ALL this to Arthur and Pjanic swap… it will be funny at the end.
Hahaha where are all the interisti commenters now?
So whre is Marco Donzelli from CODACONS that was gonna ask for juve to be send in seria b ,wondering if he is sending inter to seria b aswell???
@ svetoslav – juventus are a public company, it makes any false accounting a lot more serious. I do not expect the investigation of any club to go very far tbh.
Does any of this look shady? Taking hindsight bias out of the equation, it feels quite reasonable?
Some of these transfers generated actual money, like Murillo, Kondogbia, Jovetic, Nagatomo, Medel, and Manaj. Those transfers are worth almost 50M, out of 89M. You can argue whether they’re overvalued or not, but the money was there, paid by those clubs, not via player swap. The young players sold to atalanta and sassuolo are indeed suspicious though.
Inter and its fans have a habit of over hyping youngsters. Mancini said Pienmonti was the future of Italian football 18 months ago. Puscas and Bonnozoli was supposed to be great hopes and look at them now! Santon did command a high fee when sold to NUFC, so a judgement would need to be taken on his value. Also, 2017- 19 was before the Pandemic and there were crazy transfer fees (and wages)being paid. I would be better pleased if the Agents were investigated for the ‘value’ they provide.
I see nothing wrong with authorities investigating clubs, it`s in their duty.
To be honest I can`t see anything wrong in this list or against the rules.
Let`s wait for the conclusions before judging, OK?
You have to agree some of these players are hugely over valued. I always wondered how Inter and Juventus managed to sell their deadweight or unwanted players for tens of millions while Milan were stuck with receiving peanuts for them. Now it’s much more clear.
Huge figures there. Lets see what happens. Definately comparable to the pjanic artur swap or penaldos 300 million dollar flop. Get real