Goodbye settlement agreement.
Inter will still have to make about €30M in capital gains by June 30th but after that the club will be able to invest with greater freedom than in previous years. At least this is the intention of Suning although a lot of it will depend on if Inter can qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season, the constant increase in revenues and the eventual sales of star players like Icardi and Perisic.
This combination of three things will allow Marotta and Ausilio to focus more decisively on transfer market targets, among which there is also the name of Brazilian national Richarlison who will be Miranda’s teammate at the Copa America.
The 1997-born forward is extremely versatile as he can play on both wings and as first or second forward and with Everon this season, Richarlison has 13 goals in 35 games. Signed by Watford two years ago for €12M from Fluminense, the Brazilian switched to Everton in summer of 2018 for €56M. And now he is valued by Everton for more than €65M with PSG and Atletico Madrid already showing interest.
Inter understand that signing him will not be easy but they do have one interesting card to play in order to lower economic demand from the English club: Joao Mario whose cost is at least €20M.