Following the quick death of the European Super League, Juventus, AC Milan and Inter - along with many other Serie A clubs - will have to undergo a major restructuring to solve their current financial mess.
Italy's biggest clubs risk drowning in the ocean of debts amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The Super League was always doomed for failure because of the 'greedy' approach of the 12 founding members that would have made football even more elitist than it is now.
Serie A trio AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus were founding members of the Super LeagueInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The trio of Italian sides - along with Man United, City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid - were due to receive £300million each when it kicked off.
This windfall would have given Italian clubs a route out of the financial predicament they find themselves in. The smaller sides are celebrating the disbanding of the Super League as a victory but perhaps only for the time being.
They will eventually suffer just like Juve, AC and Inter due to the lack of money that is set to swirl around in the summer transfer window, which will prevent Italian football from being competitive going forward.
Without the required money to make desired moves in the summer, the top Italian clubs will have to be clever in the transfer market if they want to move forward. But it could come at a price.
Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is just one Serie A star who could be off on the cheap soon
Gianluigi Donnarumma's contract with AC Milan expires at the end of the current season
Given the current economic climate, clubs will have to sell some of their key players to get back to a competitive level financially.
Serie A sides will also have to resign themselves to losing stars that are coming to the end of their contracts - including the likes of Juventus' Paulo Dybala and Milan duo Gianluigi Donnarumma and Hakan Calhanoglu.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Without the £3.03 billion investment fund from the Super League that was initially secured via JP Morgan, Italian football will have to look for new solutions to remain competitive - otherwise the game in this country could be in ruins.
Below, Sportsmail has closely looked at the main takeaways from the Super League fallout...
INTER FIND THEMSELVES IN A MESS
Inter are in the midst of a financial mess and their participation in the Super League would have ensured they remained stable from an economic point of view.
Steven Zhang initially joined up to the Super League in the bid to solve the economic problems plaguing the club.
Inter were hit hard the during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the owners - Suning - were recently forced to