UEFA confirmed today that Inter no longer faces extra financial scrutiny after it fully complied with rules that monitor income and spending.
The Nerazzurri are now released from the FFP Settlement Agreement with UEFA, which was signed in May 2015.
This means that Inter can have a full squad at their disposal if they qualify for the Champions League next season and they will have more leeway for spending this summer.
Inter had to forfeit €6 million euros in UEFA competition prize money for breaking Financial Fair Play rules and undergo four years of additional monitoring.
“The CFCB investigatory chamber confirmed that FC Internazionale Milano have been considered in compliance with the overall objective of their agreement, signed in May 2015,” UEFA’s official statement read. “Consequently, they have now exited the settlement regime.”