Inter will meet Parma today to discuss a deal for their young forward Yann Karamoh, according to Corriere dello Sport.
The Nerazzurri are also due to hold talks with Chievo today as they seek as many capital gains as possible before Sunday’s deadline.
Financial Fair Play rules state Inter must recoup a certain amount of money to avoid breaching UEFA’s guidelines, but it is unclear exactly how much they are obliged to raise.
The club have been widely reported to need €46 million but Corriere today stated only €30 million were necessary, given all clubs can record a €30 million loss within a three-year period.
In any case, Inter will spend the rest of this week searching for academy player sales that can balance their books.
Zinho Vanheusden’s move to Standard Liege appears to have stalled but Inter hope to ‘reactivate’ talks today and revive the defender’s €20 million deal.
They will then meet Sassuolo and seek a new player to be included in the deal for Stefano Sensi, with Edoardo Vergani last night linked with Roma.
Andrew Gravillon could be the right name but the defender would not represent a high capital gain.