AC Milan are among the top ten in Europe when it comes to net spend since 2014, far surpassing that of their Serie A rivals.
The CIES Football Observatory (International Center for Sports Studies) takes a look at the balance between purchases and sales on the market in the post-COVID period, i.e. starting from the summer of 2020.
Since that point Inter boast positive account of €134m thanks to some big sales, while Milan and Juve are -€146m and -€149m respectively, which is a huge difference.
The results on the pitch have rewarded the Nerazzurri, who have done better both in Italy and in Europe, reaching the Champions League final and winning domestic honours.
Also considering the start of the 2020-21 season, Inter have collected a total of 256 points, 12 more than Milan (244) and 29 more than Juve (227) without counting the 10 penalty points.
In the last three years the Nerazzurri have won five titles (one Scudetto, two Coppa Italia and two Supercoppa), the Bianconeri two (Coppa and Supercoppa) and Milan just one: the Scudetto.