Sabtu, 22 Agustus 2015

Sell Kovacic and Shaqiri Is Inter Way To Tighten The Belt

Inter Milan has a surplus of 15 million euros on the transfer market this summer.
Regulation of the Financial Fair Play (FFP) to make Europe's elite clubs counting repeatedly when the transfer window opens. Inter Milan so one club that jor-rod in the transfer market this summer.





Inter spent 63.7 million euros to bring in new players a wide Geoffrey Kondogbia, Jeison Murillo, Stevan Jovetic, and Martin Montoya. However, Inter need fresh funds to patch the costs that they spend well as paying the wages of the players.

For the sake of making financial balance remains blue, the club owned by Indonesian businessman Erick Thohir it decided to dump some talented young players like Mateo Kovacic and Xherdan Shaqiri.

Coach Roberto Mancini pointed out that the true Inter reluctant to release Kovacic and Shaqiri. However, what may make, Inter had to tighten their belts. Because, Inter has received a warning letter from UEFA about the penalty FFP.

"No one wants to sell Mateo, but unfortunately there is a consideration that exceeds the interest of the player. It happened because we had a problem FFP and must balance its finances, "said Mancini.

"The same thing happened on Shaqiri. He received an offer and we need fresh funds, therefore he sold. We believe in Shaqiri, but in the end we have to sacrifice it. I wish her all the best at Stoke City. "

Inter mempermanenkan Shaqiri of Bayern Munich in January at a price of 15 million euros, then sell it to the value of 17 million euro to Stoke. "We are in a situation in which Inter should have the money and there is only an offer for Shaqiri. We do not have alternatives and can not print money, "added Mancini.

"With a heavy heart, we mejualnya. That is not because of lack of planning, but she is the only option for sale and we have an agreement with UEFA for financial balance. At least we got the same amount of money when we sign him, "said Mancini.

UEFA gave Inter untul targets to limit losses to 30 million euros the club at the end of 2016. However, that amount could be cut if Inter get revenue in European competition over the next three seasons.

In addition, UEFA sanction reduction in the number of players who can be registered if Inter managed to qualify for European competition. Inter can only register 21 names in their squad next season. Usually, the quota of players that can be included are 25 people.

In the following season, Inter can add one more player to 22 people. The sanctions will be removed in the 2017/18 season. But, again provided that the above targets must be met Beneamata

In total, the funds gained from the sale of Inter players like Kovacic, Shaqiri, Ricardo Alvarez, Zdravko Kuzmanovic, and Ruben Botta reached 79.42 million euros. La Beneamata surplus funds received 15.72 million euros in the summer transfer market so far.

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