Inter’s capital gains of €89.8 million across two seasons are under investigation from Guardia di Finanza.
Gazzetta dello Sport have today provided some more details about the situation and have come up with the exact figure of what is being investigated at the Nerazzurri. They claim in the viewfinder of the authorities, there are more than a dozen deals and not all of them involved a top tier club.
Information about moves involving Romanian goalkeeper Ionut Radu, Belgian defender Zinho Vanheusden and on Andrea Pinamonti has been collected and all three deals involved Genoa. The club’s swap deal involving Radja Nainggolan and Nicolo Zaniolo is also under investigation from the authorities.
To be precise, the two seasons brought Inter total capital gains of €89.8 million: €49.7 in 2017-18 and €40.1 in 2018-19. Overall, they amount to approximately 11% of the company’s turnover.