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Inter meets FFP requirements and makes plusvalenza through primavera sales.

Inter has successfully met the Settlement Agreement conditions and is now free from it. Through various Primavera players' sales, Inter has been able to reach the €46M capital gain condition without parting ways with key players.


Andrea Adorante joins Parma permanently

Reports from Tuttomercatoweb say that the 19 year old striker Andrea Adorante is joining Parma.

For a fee of €5M, Parma has landed Inter’s primavera player. Inter has reportedly inserted a buyback clause for the player.

After joining Inter as a free agent in 2015 from Parma, Andrea will return to his city of birth.

However, having torn his ACL back in March, Adorante will not be available before October.

Davide Merola joins Bologna permanently

19 years old Italian striker Davide Merola is, according to FCInternews1908.it, on the verge of joining Bologna.

A deal worth 2.7M and 30 % of any future sale was enough to make Merola a new Bologna player.

It is now up to the player to agree terms with Bologna to complete the move.

Gravillon and Sala included in Sensi transfer

According to Sky’s transfer expertt Gianluca Di Marzio, Inter are including to youngsters in order to secure Stefano Sensi’s services.

In what seems to be a done deal already, both Andrew Gravillion and Marco Sala will be joining Sassuolo next season.

Centre-back Gravillon will be joining on loan while Sala will be joining Sassuolo on a permanent basis.

On the other hand, Inter will get Stefano Sensi on the form of a €5M loan with option to buy at the end of next season.

The deal should be official in a few hours.

Zinho Vanheusden and Andrea Pinamonti allowed plusvalenza

With Belgian centre-back Vanheusden and Italian striker Pinamonti joining Standard Liège and Genoa respectively, Inter has made around €30M of capital gain.

The sales of the two young players are the main factors that allowed Inter to meet Settlement Agreement regulations.