Inter are on the cusp of satisfying their Financial Fair Play obligations before Saturday’s deadline after securing two more sales from the club, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Yuto Nagatomo will soon sign for Galatasaray on a permanent basis after the Turkish side had an offer of €3 million accepted by the Nerazzurri, while academy product Marco Carraro will move to Atalanta for a fee of €5 million.
The sales should be finalised in the next 48 hours, with Carraro expected to undergo a medical this afternoon, and will allow Inter to hit their target of raising €45 million in capital gains before 30 June, which was stipulated in the Settlement Agreement they signed with UEFA in 2015.
Inter are also close to securing a deal that will see Federico Dimarco sign on loan for Parma, having exercised their buy-back option to reacquire him from Swiss side Sion earlier in the month.
Parma are also interested in signing Nerazzurri outcast Jonathan Biabiany, but at the moment are unable to complete a deal to the player’s excessive wages.