s4tch

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No, just common sense. when was the last time any valuable free agent moved without getting paid? Surely Eriksen didnt give up his payday to join Inter 6 months early
he's getting a 10m net salary and a way out of that environment he clearly hasn't been enjoying for a while.

and yeah, it's low cost, even with a potential hefty agent fee. (inda's next financial report will reveal that too.) if he was under contract for longer than a year no way he would be available for less than 60-70m. we can still hope he fails, but it is a very good deal. he's a good example of how the new tax rules started to help italian clubs.
 

Strickland

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he's getting a 10m net salary and a way out of that environment he clearly hasn't been enjoying for a while.

and yeah, it's low cost, even with a potential hefty agent fee. (inda's next financial report will reveal that too.) if he was under contract for longer than a year no way he would be available for less than 60-70m. we can still hope he fails, but it is a very good deal. he's a good example of how the new tax rules started to help italian clubs.
Its low(er) cost when you project it against how much he'd cost without his contract expiring. It's by no means low cost though, inflated salary + inflated commissions combined with the 20m transfer fee still bring it to a handsome sum
 

Kyle

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Its low(er) cost when you project it against how much he'd cost without his contract expiring. It's by no means low cost though, inflated salary + inflated commissions combined with the 20m transfer fee still bring it to a handsome sum
so you think him joining in january somehow adds on these factors that wouldnt be there if he simply waited until summer? lol
 

The Quazis

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so you think him joining in january somehow adds on these factors that wouldnt be there if he simply waited until summer? lol
IMO, what he's trying to say is that Eriksen amortization will be expensive. Disregarding the new tax law and assuming he signed 4 year contract, Inter will be paying him 20mln gross/season + 5mln/yr transfer fee + 4mln/yr sign-on fee (assuming it was 16mln). So you have 29mln/yr * 4= 116mln total.

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Miss him already.
 

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