Inter plan for drastic spending cuts, players may be asked to accept pay cuts

Inter director Alessandro Antonello has revealed the extent of the radical financial changes at the Nerazzurri club, due to the coronavirus pandemic, saying that a 15-20% reduction in team spending is intended.

It is no secret that Inter have had great difficulty coping from month to month lately.

The pandemic and the Chinese government’s decision to ban investment abroad have severely limited the owner of Inter Suning.

After winning the Serie A title after 11 years last season, Inter sold Achraf Hakim to Paris Saint-Germain for 71 million euros but this will not be the end of the changes.

“The goal is to reduce team costs by 15-20% and earn 80 million euros in the player sales market,” said Antonello.

He added that the primary goal is to sell players who are not part of the project, then look at the situation and think about whether players should be asked to accept pay cuts.

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