Inter and Roma, what the Uefa restrictions entail

They are established by the 4-year repayment plans (Settlement Agreement) already agreed

Not just the fines. For Inter and Rome the restrictions for the available roses also take effect, in the event that the repayment plan agreed in 4 years is not respected, with non-compliance with the parameters of the Financial Fair Play. The two companies, explains theUefa, have agreed on an identical 4-year settlement agreement. In particular, the two clubs agree that the following sporting restrictions may be applied in proportion to how far the parameters should be exceeded:

Limitation of the number of players: the Club cannot register more than 23 players in its List A for Uefa competitions (instead of the 25 foreseen). This restriction must not decrease the number of seats reserved exclusively for ‘locally trained players’. This measure would apply to the 2023/24, 2024/25, 2025/26 and / or 2026/27 seasons.

Prohibition of registration of new players: the Club cannot register new players on its List A in UEFA club competitions, unless the Balance of List A is positive. It affects the difference between player exit costs (“Cost Savings”) and the costs of incoming players (“New Costs”). This provision would apply to the 2024/25, 2025/26 and / or 2026/27 seasons.

Exclusion from the subsequent Uefa competition for clubs for which he would otherwise qualify in the next three seasons. This measure would apply to seasons 2024/25, 2025/26 and / or 2026/27.

The Club accepts that, regardless of the Club’s compliance with the objectives, the ban on the registration of new players applies to the 2022/23 and 2023/24 seasons.