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:interflag: BigRom - Lautaro - Dybala - Correa - Dzeko :interflag2:
It's a real bid for the scudetto, even without Bastoni, Dumfries and DeVrij, but with Nandez, Bremer and with Marcos Senesi.
I'm quite happy with this future team, go ahead Marotta, do it!
 

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There's zero chance we can have all 3 of Lukaku, Dybala and Lautaro at Inter next season. We already need a 15% wage bill cut. Vecino and Kolarov are gone, we will save some millions from the two Chileans but we're adding two players with high salaries in Mkhi and Dybala while we also want to offer a raise to Skriniar. We can't also add Lukaku salary, even if he's willing to take a 50% paycut. Lukaku could be realistic only if Lautaro is sold.

Anyway, for me a Lukaku return to Inter is pure fantasy. Both Chelsea and the player would have to take a massive financial loss for the deal to happen.
 

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theres so many problems with bringing Lukaku back, that i have no idea how we would pull it off.
First, Chelsea would wanna sell him and I dont think they would do it for like 40M, which is probably the max Inter can offer. Then there is his huge salary, which would have to be almost halved and thats also not happening. So the only way we get him is if we pay like 10M for the loan and Chelsea accepts to pay like 70% of his salary, which wont happen. We would also probably have to sell one of the strikers if Dybala is also here... Just too much.
Now he has Annual £ 9,300,000 Net, in Inter it was € 7.500.000 Net not superb big difference. Yes it will most likely be a loan, or for 50 million with payments for 5 years )
 

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Now he has Annual £ 9,300,000 Net, in Inter it was € 7.500.000 Net not superb big difference. Yes it will most likely be a loan, or for 50 million with payments for 5 years )
It's 4m net difference.
 

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"I know he's been calling and writing on WhatsApp to many former teammates and saying, 'Don't worry - I'm coming back and We'll get a second star, I'll take care of it."

Just those words would put me off :D


As a player that heavily depends on his physicality and Pintus no longer being there, heavily depending on the confidence and Conte no longer being there making him the focal point of our tactics, him coming off of a poor season, the way he left last summer, the price he still has, the wages he would want and ultimately being 29.
I don't see how this can be a good move for Inter.
Free loan and 50% wages, fine. Anything else, no, thanks.
 

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Only way comes is he frees himself from the Chelsea deal or gets a loan deal.

He will need his mom's voodoo
 

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There's zero chance we can have all 3 of Lukaku, Dybala and Lautaro at Inter next season. We already need a 15% wage bill cut. Vecino and Kolarov are gone, we will save some millions from the two Chileans but we're adding two players with high salaries in Mkhi and Dybala while we also want to offer a raise to Skriniar. We can't also add Lukaku salary, even if he's willing to take a 50% paycut. Lukaku could be realistic only if Lautaro is sold.

Anyway, for me a Lukaku return to Inter is pure fantasy. Both Chelsea and the player would have to take a massive financial loss for the deal to happen.
2021-2022 FC Internazionale Player Salaries (Net) annual payroll €81,200,000, the new salary of the club should be, taking into account 15% = €69,000,200, we have to reduce salaries by 12.18 million euros, wow that's a lot o_O

Ionut Radu - Annual € 1,000,000 vs André Onana Annual €3,000,000
Aleksandar Kolarov - Annual € 1,500,000 vs Francesco Acerbi Annual € 2,500,000
Andrea Ranocchia - Annual € 1,800,000 vs Zinho Vanheusden Annual € 710,000
Denzel Dumfries - Annual € 2,500,000 vs Nahitan Nández Annual € 1,600,000(new let be 2m)
Matías Vecino - Annual € 2,500,000 vs Kristjan Asllani(new let be 1m)
Alessandro Bastoni - Annual € 2,800,000 vs Marcos Senesi Annual € 260,000(new let be 1m)
Stefan de Vrij - Annual € 3,800,000 vs Bremer we offer Annual €4,000,000
Ivan Perisic - Annual € 5,000,000 vs Andrea Cambiaso Annual € 120,000(new let be 1m)
Arturo Vidal - Annual € 6,500,000 vs Henrikh Mkhitaryan Annual € 3,500,000
Alexis Sánchez - Annual € 7,000,000 vs Paulo Dybala Annual € 8,000,000
out=34.4m vs in=26.71m the difference is 7.69m

It's a complete fuck-up, we can't even afford Perisic, and Lu can be forgotten.
 

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"I know he's been calling and writing on WhatsApp to many former teammates and saying, 'Don't worry - I'm coming back and We'll get a second star, I'll take care of it.
What the hell is this.

I doubt that’s a real quote but if there’s any truth to it then I gotta say he’s not going to get the hero’s welcome he thinks he will :LOL:
 

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2021-2022 FC Internazionale Player Salaries (Net) annual payroll €81,200,000, the new salary of the club should be, taking into account 15% = €69,000,200, we have to reduce salaries by 12.18 million euros, wow that's a lot o_O

Ionut Radu - Annual € 1,000,000 vs André Onana Annual €3,000,000
Aleksandar Kolarov - Annual € 1,500,000 vs Francesco Acerbi Annual € 2,500,000
Andrea Ranocchia - Annual € 1,800,000 vs Zinho Vanheusden Annual € 710,000
Denzel Dumfries - Annual € 2,500,000 vs Nahitan Nández Annual € 1,600,000(new let be 2m)
Matías Vecino - Annual € 2,500,000 vs Kristjan Asllani(new let be 1m)
Alessandro Bastoni - Annual € 2,800,000 vs Marcos Senesi Annual € 260,000(new let be 1m)
Stefan de Vrij - Annual € 3,800,000 vs Bremer we offer Annual €4,000,000
Ivan Perisic - Annual € 5,000,000 vs Andrea Cambiaso Annual € 120,000(new let be 1m)
Arturo Vidal - Annual € 6,500,000 vs Henrikh Mkhitaryan Annual € 3,500,000
Alexis Sánchez - Annual € 7,000,000 vs Paulo Dybala Annual € 8,000,000
out=34.4m vs in=26.71m the difference is 7.69m

It's a complete fuck-up, we can't even afford Perisic, and Lu can be forgotten.
can we delete fucking acerbi from that list?
 

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What the hell is this.

I doubt that’s a real quote but if there’s any truth to it then I gotta say he’s not going to get the hero’s welcome he thinks he will :LOL:
Yeah. I don't think he will get a warm welcome, as he expects. When Barella was asked about Lukaku's exit last year he had said those who decided to leave made their own choice but those who stayed also made theirs and decided to stick with the club in tough times.
 

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can we delete fucking acerbi from that list?
Milan Skriniar(Danilo D'Ambrosio) Bremer(Zinho Vanheusden) Marcos Senesi(Federico Dimarco)
Yeah, could be without him so -2.5mln, still not enough for 15%. I forgot about Felipe Caicedo he has €800,000
so difference is 4.39m )
 
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How long until the Bastoni - Lukaku swap deal rumors
I’ve been a strong advocate for keeping Bastoni as he’s essential and hes hard to replace but I’d consider this deal. Lautaro, Dybala, Lukaku is a terrifying trident.
 

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Inter don't need and can't afford Lukaku. He better get his fat ass somewhere else. What's the point of having all 3 of Lukaku, Lautaro and Dybala, even though it looks as pure fantasy? Only two of them can start and none of them want to sit on the bench.

Lukaku to Inter sounds as a bullshit rumor to me, unless Lukaku is sold or Dybala doesn't come.
 
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