Inter are the 25th richest team in world football according to Soccerex‘s newly published Football Finance 100 report for 2020.
Inter have a Football Finance Index rating of 1200 and a total team value of €535.9 million. The clubs finances have changed drastically for the better since Chinese e-commerce giants Suning bought a controlling stake in the club back in the Summer of 2016.
Suning have worked extensively to improve the club’s finances and the club’s turnover is now far more than it was when they first took charge of the Nerazzurri. They have achieved this through several sponsorship deals among many other things.
Reigning French champions Paris Saint Germain top the Football Finance 100 list with a Football Finance Index score of 5318 and a total team value of €1.05 billion.
Manchester City are in second place with a score of 5197 and a total team value of €1.28 billion and Bayern Munich are in third place with a score of 3888 and a total team value of €882.7 million.
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