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Uefa removes Inter Milan from FFP scrutiny

Uefa has announced that Inter Milan has fully complied with its financial fair play (FFP) requirements and will no longer face extra financial scrutiny.

The Italian club had to forgo €6m ($6.7m) in Uefa competition prize money and submit itself to four years of monitoring as part of an FFP settlement agreement signed with the governing body in May 2015. Uefa’s FFP rules are designed to prevent European clubs from spending beyond their means.

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