Inter hope to raise a minimum of €180 million via the sales of Mauro Icardi to Paris Saint Germain and Lautaro Martinez to Barcelona this Summer according to a report in today’s print edition of Tuttosport.

Inter will get at least €70 million from PSG if they sign Icardi up on a permanent basis and that fee could rise to €85 million in the event that they then go on to sell him to Juventus, who are seemingly very interested in him.

Inter will make a significant capital gain on Icardi regardless given he has a value against the club’s books of just €1.8 million.

Lautaro continues to be linked with a move to Barcelona and has a €111 million release clause in his contract, which, if triggered, would make Inter a significant capital gain of no less than  €96 million.

Should both players depart, Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta will use the money to bring in five top players who could help Inter to mount a Serie A title challenge.