With the arrival of Keita Baldé Inter’s finances will change, according to Turin based newspaper Tuttosport who report that in addition to the €5 million Inter will pay for the loan the Nerazzurri will also have to pay another €34 million to make the deal permanent bringing the total debt for redemption fee’s up to €86 million, before a deal with Real Madrid for Luka Modric has even been concluded.
Aside from Keita, the players Inter have brought in using this same formula are Politano whose redemption fee is set at €20 million, Vrsaljko’s is at €17.5 million and Salcedo at €8 million. Then there is also Karamoh for whom Inter will have to pay €6 million to Caen. In the Karamoh case however, Inter are obligated to pay the redemption fee.
This strategy, in order to circumvent UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules, could risk a repetition of Joao Cancelo and Rafinha scenario were the player has a good year at Inter but is forced to return to his former club, or as was the case for Cancelo, leave for a competing side.
This is the downside with Inter’s current market strategy: that all these heavy signings will return to their respective clubs after the lease has expired. Another downside is the fact that some of the loans are quite expensive, as is the case for Vrsaljko who Inter have paid €6.5 million for and Keita whose loan fee is set at €5 million.
On the other hand this gives Inter some room should they want to pursue a big name player next year.
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