Despite winning the Scudetto this season, Inter Milan is in a worrying position. Inter Technical Manager Gabriele Oriali raised several issues.
Inter Milan successfully locked the Italian League title earlier this month, with four games remaining in the season. This ended the fasting for titles since 2010, as well as ending the domination of Juventus.
But after confirming themselves as champions, Inter Milan was even shaken by financial problems. The management even asked the players to give up two months’ salary to ease the burden on the club amid the pandemic.
The situation is further complicated by the fact that Inter Milan’s parent company, Suning Group, is also experiencing a financial crisis. Fresh air then blew following the arrival of an injection of funds from Oaktree Capital.
However, the latest news reveals that Oaktree Capital will not buy Inter’s shares in small portions, around 31.05%, but only lend funds. The loan amounted to 275 million euros, or around Rp. 4.8 trillion.
With the presence of this fund, the situation should be more calm and stable at Inter Milan. But the Nerazzurri legend and technical manager, Gabriele Oriali, admits he still has concerns.
“I am worried because there is no program yet. There is no date for pre-season, we have not been told anything,” he told Gazzetta Dello Sport as quoted by Football Italia.
Financial problems at Inter Milan also make Antonio Conte’s future to be speculated. If you can’t defend it, Inter also risks losing several top players who are loyal to Conte.
Regarding Conte’s future, Oriali insisted it all depended on the club’s project.
“Everyone must first understand what the club owner’s plans are,” he added.
Inter Milan threatened to be kicked out of Serie A and Champions League next season after ensuring the Scudetto title for the 2020-2021 season, stagnated salary player.
The euphoria of success Inter Milan won the title Italian League This Serie A season does not seem to last long.
The reason is, Inter Milan is now faced with a serious problem that could threaten their participation in Italian League and Champions League.
Steven Zhang must obtain 200 million euros or around Rp3.4 trillion in funds to complete salary payments and player transfers.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) requires all clubs to pay off their wages before the end of May 2021.
And if this cannot be fulfilled, then the club concerned cannot register their players for the next season’s competition.
Meanwhile, the players can avoid this condition if they already have a special agreement with the club.