Inter have met the long-term standing FFP regulations and can now register a full squad in Europe and spend a bit more freely in the upcoming transfer markets.
The Italian side “have been considered in compliance” with the demands placed upon them in May 2015, the UEFA Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) investigatory chamber confirmed on Friday.
The agreement comes after Inter were banned from submitting a full squad list in Europe this season, being relegated from a squad of 25 to 21. The ban had a significant impact on squad depth which saw them bow out of both European competitions.
A statement was released today via UEFA which read:
“The CFCB investigatory chamber confirmed that FC Astana, Beşiktaş JK and FC Internazionale Milano have been considered in compliance with the overall objective of their agreements, signed in May 2016 for Astana and in May 2015 respectively for the latter two,” a UEFA statement read. “Consequently, they have now all exited the settlement regime.”
The news will no doubt be welcomed by Inter fans who can look forward to not being shackled by FFP and be given a clean shot at a successful summer mercato.