Samuel Eto'o is expected to join Anzhi on Monday in a deal that will bring €99m into the Inter club coffers and €20.5m per season to the player.
“Thank you to everyone. I will always support Inter and ask just one thing win even without me,” the Cameroon striker is quoted as telling teammates in the Gazzetta dello Sport.
It is widely reported the two clubs finally agreed a transfer fee worth €27m, including performance-related bonuses.
On top of that, Inter will benefit from the €12m per season wages saved until 2014, the date his contract was set to expire.
Including taxes, that figure is doubled for accounting purposes, so becomes €24m per season for three years.
In total, the €72m wage bill saving and the €27m transfer fee should boost the Inter club coffers to the tune of €99m.
It's an amazing financial deal for Eto'o as well, considering there are reports in Cameroon he will earn €20.5m per season and be given a huge villa in Moscow.
Although Anzhi are a Dagestan club, the team will live and train in Moscow, only travelling for their ‘home' games.
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