After its record losses of 2020-2021, which amounted squarely to 245 M €, Inter Milan, current 7th in Serie A, owned by the Chinese group Suning, reduced them in 2021-2022. But they still amount to 140 M€, for a turnover of 439.6 M€, ie 75 M€ more than in the previous season.
This new deficit, the club explains, is still linked to the repercussions of the health crisis, mainly in the first half of last season. And Inter specifies that Suning has “already officially expressed its commitment to support the group”, covering the losses. Adding that “The club’s two main objectives remain unwavering: to maintain the team’s competitiveness at the highest level in all competitions and to strengthen its financial position. »
Juventus Turin accuses losses of 254.3 M€
Last Friday, another tenor of Serie A, Juventus Turin, announced that its accounts remained in the red for the fifth consecutive year after recording record losses of €254.3 million.