Christian Vieri will reportedly net €1m in damages from Inter and Telecom Italia for allegedly spying on him while with the Beneamata.
The former Italian international was said to have had his private life monitored by the club, with the help of phone taps, on occasions during his six-year San Siro spell.
Vieri was looking to sue Inter and the phone giants for around €20m in total, citing that his playing career had been affected by the stress the affair had caused him.
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