Inter Milan full squad players salary list and wage bill for 2023-2024

Inter Milan full squad players salary list and wage bill for 2023-2024

Italian powerhouse Inter Milan is on the verge of bankruptcy as per reports and here is their 2023-23 players salary bill

Italian football club Inter Milan, which has a long history, is currently in danger of going bankrupt. The intensity of the Italian club’s financial crisis has been made clear by recent ilGiornale publications.

Inter Milan squad players salary list and wage bill for 2023-2024

The only reason the Italian team was able to survive the 2023–24 season was because of the money they received from the trades involving Brozovic and Andre Onana. The club is apparently on the edge of bankruptcy.

Going into the 2023–24 season, Inter has somewhat reduced their payroll bill, saving a total of approximately €11.2 million in gross revenue, making them the second-highest team in Serie A. Calcio e Finanza confirmed a reduction of almost €11.2 million in gross wage compared to the Nerazzurri’s salary bills from the previous season and last. Last year, the total cost was close to €129 million gross.


Thanks to their efforts in the transfer market, Inter was able to somewhat lower costs, with their current wage bill coming in at about €117.8 million gross or €70.9 million net.

A lot of the Inter team’s highly-paid players from the previous campaign made their way out. Given the directive to lower the club’s wage expenditure, this was not shocking. Among the players who left were Milan Skriniar, Edin Dzeko, Marcelo Brozovic, and Romelu Lukaku.


The salary budget of Inter Milan for the 2023–24 season


The total wage bill of Inter Milan for the 2023-24 season is  €70.95m net (€117.8m gross). The season salary of midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu is €6.5 million net. That follows the 29-year-old’s summer contract extension signing with Bayer Leverkusen and AC Milan. Here is the breakdown of the total wage bill for the season.

  • Hakan Calhanoglu: €6.5m net (€12.03m gross)
  • Lautaro Martinez: €6m net (€11.1m gross)
  • Marcus Thuram: €6m net (€11.1m gross)
  • Alessandro Bastoni: €5.5m net (€10.18m gross)
  • Benjamin Pavard: €5m net (€7.9m gross)
  • Nicolò Barella: €4.5m net (€8.33m gross)
  • Stefan De Vrij: €3.8m net (€7.03m gross)
  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan: €3.8m net (€4.98m gross)
  • Davide Frattesi: €3m net (€5.55m gross)
  • Marko Arnautovic: €3m net (€3.93m gross)
  • Yann Sommer: €2.5m net (€3.95m gross)
  • Matteo Darmian: €2.5m net (€3.28m gross)
  • Juan Cuadrado: €2.5m net (€4.63m gross)
  • Denzel Dumfries: €2.5m net (€3.28m gross)
  • Alexis Sanchez: €2.5m net (€4.63m gross)
  • Carlos Augusto: €2.2m net (€2.88m gross)
  • Stefano Sensi: €2m net (€3.7m gross)
  • Federico Dimarco: €1.6m net (€2.96m gross)
  • Francesco Acerbi: €1.5m net (€2.78m gross)
  • Davy Klaassen: €1.5m net (€2.37m gross)
  • Yann Bisseck: €800,000 net (€1.26m gross)
  • Kristian Asllani: €800,000 net (€1.48m gross)
  • Emil Audero: €800,000 net (€1.48m gross)
  • Raffaele Di Gennaro: €150,000 net (€277,000 gross)


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