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Inter reportedly lost €90 million last season

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After reviewing their 2014/15 budget, the club has suffered a financial loss to the tune of €90 million.

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Today our beloved team (Inter Milan for those who somehow got here by accident or mistake) made an interesting announcement: after reviewing the 2014/15 budget, the club has suffered a financial loss to the tune of €90 million.

And while €90 million sounds like a lot of money to normal, regular people like you and me, but for a club like Inter Milan... wait, no it's definitely still a lot of money for one of Europe's more wealthy clubs. It's certainly enough to put Inter in the financial red zone, but not enough to worry club owner Erick Thohir too much, as he's extending his current stay in Milan to watch the Nerazzurri take on Fiorentina in a battle for the top of Serie A on Sunday.

Despite that large looming figure (no, not Thohir - the ninety million euros), Inter have expressed that they expect this to be the last season with such a high financial deficit. This is mostly due to the fact that Inter desperately need to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations from here on out, or they risk further punishment from that entity.

It's concerning enough that the club lost such a large amount of money last season. Let's hope more sanctions (aka more fine payments) aren't in Inter's future once this information is officially published. That would not be fun.