Starting next July, Inter will leave Settlement Agreement with UEFA and will have more room to move on the transfer market. Of course, just like anyone else, the club must still respect FFP but there is going to be a lot more freedom to negotiate.
There are two missions at hand for Inter management: first is to make €40M in capital gains by June 30th and the second is to keep the current squad intact for Spalletti.
Now, the second mission is the most difficult test here (Inter are proven that they can make capital gains, done so in the past 2 years) because there are three players that Inter still have to keep: Matteo Politano from Sassuolo for €20M, Sime Vrsaljko from Atletico Madrid for €17.5M and Keita Balde from Monaco for €34M.
So in order to keep the team as is for the future, Inter would need to invest immediately €71.5M.
Furthermore, Inter do have buy-back options on various players such as Ionut Radu and Jens Odgaard. For the latter, €10M is needed if the clause is activated in 2019, €15M in 2020. For the keeper, who should be very useful for Inter’s UEFA squad, the club needs €12M in 2019 or €16M in 2020.