FC Inter Milan is an Italian football club based in Milan. The club competes in the Italian top flight and is one of the most popular clubs in Italy. Inter Milan started it’s journey in the earlier part of the 20th century (1908). It uses San Siro Stadium as it’s home ground. The club has won 30 domestic titles so far which includes 18 official league titles. They also took home 7 Coppa Italia trophies as well. In addition to this, the Black and Blues also won the UEFA Champions League title on 3 occasions. Their 2010 UCL glory saw them winning the seasonal treble which is a record for an Italian side. This article will reveal you the list of the Inter Milan players salaries.
# The Chart of FC Inter Milan Players Salaries:
|Player’s Name||Country||Position||Weekly Salary||Yearly Salary||Contract Remaining|
|R Lukaku||Belgium||CF||300 Thousand Euro||15.7 Million Euro||5 Years|
|A Sanchez||Chile||LW||180 Thousand Euro||9.3 Million Euro||1 Year|
|D Godin||Uruguay||CB||160 Thousand Euro||8.3 Million Euro||3 Years|
|S De Vrij||Nederlands||CB||135 Thousand Euro||7 Million Euro||4 Years|
|S Handanovic||Slovenia||GK||115 Thousand Euro||6 Million Euro||2 Years|
|A Candreva||Italy||RW||105 Thousand Euro||5.5 Million Euro||2 Years|
|K Asamoah||Ghana||LB||105 Thousand Euro||5.5 Million Euro||2 Years|
|M Skriniar||Slovakia||CB||105 Thousand Euro||5.5 Million Euro||4 Years|
|J Mario||Portugal||CM||95 Thousand Euro||5 Million Euro||2 Years|
|B Valero||Spain||CM||90 Thousand Euro||4.6 Million Euro||1 Year|
|M Brozovic||Croatia||DM||90 Thousand Euro||4.6 Million Euro||3 Years|
|M Vecino||Uruguay||CM||90 Thousand Euro||4.6 Million Euro||3 Years|
|N Barella||Italy||CM||90 Thousand Euro||4.6 Million Euro||5 Years|
|A Ranocchia||Italy||CB||85 Thousand Euro||4.4 Million Euro||2 Years|
|S Sensi||Italy||CM||70 Thousand Euro||3.7 Million Euro||1 Year|
|D D’Ambrosio||Italy||RB||60 Thousand Euro||3.1 Million Euro||2 Years|
|M Politano||Italy||RW||57 Thousand Euro||3 Million Euro||4 Years|
|L Martinez||Argentina||CF||55 Thousand Euro||2.8 Million Euro||4 Years|
|R Gagliardini||Italy||CM||55 Thousand Euro||2.8 Million Euro||4 Years|
|V Lazaro||Austria||RM||55 Thousand Euro||2.8 Million Euro||4 Years|
|Dalbert||Brazil||LB||43 Thousand Euro||2.2 Million Euro||4 Years|
|D Padelli||Italy||GK||17 Thousand Euro||92 Thousand Euro||1 Year|
|A Bastoni||Italy||CB||14 Thousand Euro||74 Thousand Euro||4 Years|
|F Dimarco||Italy||LB||7 Thousand Euro||37 Thousand Euro||4 Years|
|T Berni||Italy||GK||7 Thousand Euro||37 Thousand Euro||1 Year|
|E Salcedo||Italy||CF||N/A||N/A||5 Years|
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# Total Spending:
Inter Milan does have a quite costly squad based on the FC Inter Milan players salaries currently. Their wage budget is higher than most of the Italian clubs. However, it is less than half of Juventus wage budget. Their squad cost them 2.35 million Euro per week. In addition to this, the amount of their yearly wage fee reads as much as 122 million Euro.
# New Signings:
The Black and Blues have brought in some big names to increase the strength of their squad. During the latest summer transfer window, they have signed Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku from Man Utd for 65 million Euro. They also signed Valentino Lazaro from Hertha BSC. The midfielder cost them 22 million. They also landed forward Matteo Politano from Sassuolo for 20 million Euro.
# Contract Negotiation:
Midfield duo Borja Valero and Sensi’s contracts are running out. Thus decisions will be made upon their new contracts soon by the authority.
# Highest Earning Players:
New signing Romelu Lukaku is currently the highest-paid player of Inter Milan. He receives 300 thousand Euro per week as his basic salary. Thus the attacker grabs more than 15 million Euro per year as well. Alexis Sanchez occupies the 2nd spot with his weekly earning of 180 thousand Euro. The Chilean winger pockets 9.3 million Euro in this annum. Moreover, Diego Godin another new signing sits on the 3rd spot with his weekly salary of 160 thousand Euro.
# Loan Deals:
Inter has sent Mauro Icardi out on a season-long loan deal to PSG and thus they won’t have to pay the Argentine’s wage fee until the end of the season. Meanwhile, they have brought in Sanchez from Man Utd and paying a portion of the Chilean’s wage fee.
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