Inter must accumulate €30+ million to comply with their settlement agreement with UEFA by the 30th of June and the Nerazzurri intend to avert being forced to sell key players, such as Mauro Icardi and Milan Skriniar. However, if selling key players was their only option, Spalletti has agreed to let one of Marcelo Brozovic or Ivan Perisic leave, Gazzetta dello Sport detail.
“Perisic and Brozovic (the latter has a €50 million release clause, valid for foreign clubs only) are liked in Europe, but no one has made a request yet. So, Inter will continue to capitalise on the youth market, particularly trying to make players who have already had loan moves, move permanently, an example is Andrei Radu. The goalkeeper is returning from a loan at Avellino and is now in promising talks with Genoa but for now, there is nothing concrete.”
In addition to Radu, keep an eye on Pinamonti (estimated to be worth €7 million) as well as Zaniolo, Odgaard, Vanheusden and Emmers.
The Nerazzurri have labelled some players as indispensable. Among them is Skriniar, who has already had many large offers, which would almost completely settle the capital gains target. However, the club has made it known that he is not for sale, regardless of the economic situation.