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Were FFP rules met? What we know about Inter transfers

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It appears the club is free of FFP rules as they have met the deadline.    

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Since the reliable news out of Italy has been a little scarce regarding Financial Fair Play and whether Inter Milan has met it, we at SoM thought we would take a look at Transfermarkt.com to get the official line on transfers and loans the Nerazzurri have completed.

Here’s what we found regarding transfers and fees paid:

Caner Erkin, left-back

Inter and Besiktas have gone back and forth with Erkin since last year. Now, the Turkish club has paid Inter €750,000 for the left back.

Saphir Taider, central midfielder

Inter has sent the Algerian to Southampton, Sassuolo and finally Bologna. The latter has paid a €4 million transfer fee for Taider.

Feliipe Melo, defensive midfielder

Brazilian side Palmeiras picked up Melo from Inter in a free transfer.

Juan Jesus, center-back

Since picking him up from Internacional, the Nerazzurri held on to Jesus until 2016 when they loaned him to AS Roma. Roma has picked up Jesus for an €8 million transfer fee.

Andrea Palazzi, central midfielder

Pescara has been loaned the Italian. Previously, he was with ProVercelli and AS Livorno. Palazzi did spend time in the Inter youth academy.

Federico Dimarco, left-back

Inter have sent the 19-year-old Italian youth to FC Sion for a €4 million transfer fee. Dimarco spent last season on loan with FC Empoli and was with Ascoli before that. Inter management has reportedly added a buy-back clause in the deal.

Senna Miangue, left-back

After spending half the season with Cagliari Calcio, the team was so impressed with the Belgian, they have paid Inter a €3.5 million transfer fee for the former Inter Coppa Italia Primavera winner. There is a buy-back clause in this deal giving Inter the option to purchase Miangue back, similar to Dimarco.

Éver Banega, attacking midfield

After spending the year with Inter on a free transfer, the Nerazzurri sent the Argentinian back to Sevilla for a €9 million transfer fee.

Gianluca Caprari, striker

The former Italian youth player has been bounced between Pescara and Inter since last year and with Roma and Pescara from 2012 to 2014. Now, Caprari heads to Sampdoria for a €15 million fee. He was part of a deal for Milan Skriniar to come to Inter.

Andrew Gravillon, center-back

The French and Guadeloupe national spent a lot of time with the Inter youth academy before being sold off to Benevento for €1.5 million.

Fabio Eguelfi, left-back

Atalanta have paid €1.5 million for the 22-year-old Italian. He spent last season with Pro Vercelli and with Meadow before that.

This just covers who is out at Inter, not who is coming in. The total, in transfer fees, comes to around €47 million — more than enough to clear the €30 million needed to pull up from the FFP doldrums.