The Financial Details of Inter Switch on the Left Flank

Inter officialized both the departure of Robin Gosens and the acquisition of Carlos Augusto Tuesday night. The German international joined Union Berlin on a permanent deal. Instead, the former Monza star transferred on loan with an obligation to buy.

Per Calcio Finanza, the ex-Atalanta star switched teams for a €15M fee. His cost on the balance sheets was €18.1M. They’ll save €10.6M on his wages and amortization. Therefore, they’ll register a €7.5M profit. They had spent €27.4M to purchase him from Atalanta.

Inter will use the sum earned by shipping Gosens to Union Berlin on Carlos Augusto for the upcoming season. The price of the initial loan is €4.5M, while he’ll make just €2.9M gross thanks to fiscal benefits. The tally is €7.4M.

The Nerazzurri will have to redeem the Brazilian for €13M in 2024. He logged 12 goals and 11 assists in 107 appearances with Monza. Instead, the veteran struggled to recapture his best form following a major thigh injury. He showed better in the second half of the past campaign, when they rotated a lot, but didn’t truly push Federico Dimarco for the starting job.

Our Take on Inter, Gosens, and Carlos Augusto

They stumbled into two great deals money-wise, and they’ll benefit technically. They were lucky to find decent enough suitors for the former, who ended up being a poor investment.

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