Inter could sell defender Zinho Vanheusden for €12-15 million in a bid to raise funds if they cannot complete a swap deal between Mauro Icardi and Paulo Dybala, according to Corriere dello Sport.
Vanheusden has spent the last 18 months on loan at Belgian side Standard Liege while recovering from tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in 2017, making 30 appearances last season.
Inter have decided they would rather ‘sacrifice’ the 19-year-old and fellow loanee Yann Karamoh – who could be included in a deal to sign Federico Chiesa – than Andrea Pinamonti, whose contract they wish to extend.
The Nerazzurri need €45 million in capital gains before 30 June to avoid all risks concerning Financial Fair Play and are studying an alternative strategy in case they can’t recoup them all by selling Icardi before that date.
Ionut Radu is another player the club will not relinquish control of along with Pinamonti, having rejected offers for €18-20 million amid interest from Roma.
The goalkeeper will be signed back from Genoa for €10 million this summer before being loaned out to the Grifone again, who could also sign midfielder Xian Emmers in a permanent deal.
Sebastiano Esposito could also be sold with Cagliari interested as part of a deal for Nicolo Barella, but Inter would keep a degree of power over his future by reaching a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with the Rossoblu.
Andrew Gravillon, Federico Dimarco, Facundo Colidio, Nicholas Rizzo, Lorenzo Gavioli and Edoardo Vergani could all be sold to help the club balance the books.