Inter need to raise money from the likes of Yann Karamoh, Joao Mario and Dalbert before they can step up their pursuit for Romelu Lukaku, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Karamoh is very close to joining Parma while Joao Mario is now linked with a move to China, after Monaco refused to improve their offer of a paid loan with an obligation to buy once certain conditions were met.
Dalbert has interest from several clubs in France, having joined Inter from Nice two years ago, but no official offers have arrived yet.
Lukaku is out in Australia with Manchester United for their summer tour but remains hopeful of joining Inter as soon as possible.
Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio could fly to Manchester before the end of the week to meet United for further talks.
The Red Devils want €83 million to sell the Belgian but their asking price does not frighten Inter, despite the need to bring in money from sales.
Lukaku is the Nerazzurri’s top transfer target at the moment and the club will work to find a fee and payment structure which makes the deal possible.