Inter's Financial Situation

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I am just curious, with all the rumors/speculation about Inter considering selling Maicon/Cesar, how big are Inter financially in world and Italian football?
I know that all FC's want to improve profits, but are we doing so bad economically that we have to consider selling our best players, to maintain good balancesheets?

I think it's not about balance...
In this moment is tough period for finances and most important we have to build a new stadium which is very costly.
For what i remember all the big clubs in the year of building stadium investiment haven't been active in the transfer market.
So what i mean is that if man.utd comes and offers 40milion for j.cesar than inter will take it in consideration in order to have fresh money for investiments
 

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moratti just give us 200mio euros and buy...MESSI,VAN DER VAART and HAMSIK..
JUST DO IT you rich bastard ;) haha
 

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Messi alone costs 250 million euros. :rollani:
 

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As a club/company Inter is deeply in debts...but those debts are at Moratti (him personally, not his company or anything). Until he is here, we have no problems at all:D
 

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Is Inter in Debt

Moratti claims that were not, but just about every other Football expert seems to think that we are in massive debt.

Are we in Debt?
 

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perhaps, the money moratti spend on inter to cover our debt becomes share addition
 

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Each and every club has debt. It depends whether its manageable debt or not. Ours is manageable, its nothing like the massive debt that man utd is carrying. Moratti knows what he is doing.
 

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The debt is internal. It is like Moratti was borrowing his money from company A, to company B.

It probably has something to do with taxes or others financial issues.

We have 0$ debt in any foreign parties, like banks etc. Sleep safe.
 

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The debt is internal. It is like Moratti was borrowing his money from company A, to company B.

It probably has something to do with taxes or others financial issues.

We have 0$ debt in any foreign parties, like banks etc. Sleep safe.

exactly.
 

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A closer look at the bottom line

I don't know if there is a thread to discuss specifically revenue and finance related matters with Inter, but it would be a good addition.

Lately it seems like Inter as a club is making less and less money.

Businessweek 2008: Inter goes from #9 in 2007 to #10 in 2008.
Revenues: €172.9 million ($221.7 million)

Revenue Sources: Commercial (21%), Game day (17%), Broadcasting (62%)

Internazionale, or Inter for short, has been the dominant force in Italian soccer for the last three years. The club has won the domestic league three years in a row and finished second in the 2007-2008 Coppa Italia. Yet like its Italian rivals, Inter is highly dependent on broadcasting revenue. Combined, the club earns less than half of its annual revenues from commercial and game day sales. To solve this problem, Inter's President Massimo Moratti plans to build a new, larger stadium for the 2012-2013 season.

In 2007 Inter's revenue was over 200 million euros I think. And in 2009 it was still down 30 million euros. (Forbes)
Revenue $272(€173/£137) Million
Income $27(€17/£13) Million
Debt/Value 77%

Here's a chart for comparison with other clubs.

Inter's current Nike deal runs 10 years until June 2019, with Inter earning 12-14 million euros per season.

Details of Pirelli sponsorship deal as of 2009
Other expenses 7.5 These refer to costs for the sponsorship of F.C. Internazionale
Milano S.p.A..
Current trade payables 2.7 These are payables connected with the aforementioned
expenses relating to F.C. Internazionale Milano S.p.A.

The numbers 7.5 and 2.7 are in millions. I don't know what exactly they mean in context.

I found this, which has no source but puts Inter at #1 for 2009/2010
 
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These all figures are estimations. Those are not the numbers based on facts, simply because Inter is not a public company, and is not releasing financial reports to the public.

I'm not saying this cannot be the case, just that we can't know really how the situation looks.
 

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As per this chart Bbilan's revenues are so much higher than ours! How is that possible?

That is BS. No way can Roma or Lyon or Schalke be worth more than us.

Seriously wtf.
 

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chart is 1000% nonsense...

chelsea/manU/liverpool debt/value ratio should be the highest of all clubs
also, Inter's operating income is above all teams in serie A, maybe with Jube very close...

Roma's operating income is next to nothing...
 

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we are the best financially in serie a ..but serie a is nothing compared to epl and spanish league. we need one of those arabs like in mancity or abrahmovic to allows us to shop freely
 

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How is the Spanish league so rich? What sets it apart from Serie A?
 

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we are the best financially in serie a ..but serie a is nothing compared to epl and spanish league. we need one of those arabs like in mancity or abrahmovic to allows us to shop freely

No we don't. The difference between serie a and the epl is the stadiums and marketing. EPL teams generate huge amounts from their stadiums on match days while we generate very little which is why we need the new stadium. Serie a's marketing is pathetic compared to the epl which also makes a big difference.
 

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No we don't. The difference between serie a and the epl is the stadiums and marketing. EPL teams generate huge amounts from their stadiums on match days while we generate very little which is why we need the new stadium. Serie a's marketing is pathetic compared to the epl which also makes a big difference.

Spot on Stefan..

We lack in the marketing,and not just compared to EPL and La Liga but even in comparison to Roma,Milan and Juve if you can believe it.

We also lack in TV rights,that will change however in the next two years.

We lack in Stadium attendances,which the other two leagues dont in addition to the German league,which usually has the best attendances.

We lack in stadium revenues because we dont own the stadium and not only do we have to pay rent,we cant utilize it for other kind of revenue streams either unlikes the teams that own the stadium.

Once you factor all these things,you will find that we are lucky to have the best owner when it comes to spending in any football club,handsdown:star:

I wish however we could do things better running the club better marketing wise and being able to open new revenue horizons to make us even better.
 

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Spot on Stefan..

We lack in the marketing,and not just compared to EPL and La Liga but even in comparison to Roma,Milan and Juve if you can believe it.

How can you say that we are lack in the marketing in comparasion with Roma,Milan and Juve???? sorry,but this is bullshit (especially if you talk about Juventus and Roma)
 
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