Inter are planning to invest the transfer fee received from selling Mauro Icardi to Paris Saint-Germain on two specific players, according to a report from Italian brodcaster Sky Sport Italia’s transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio aired earlier this evening reports.

The report details how the Nerazzurri sold the 27-year-old Argentine striker to PSG for a fee of €50 million plus €8 million in add-ons, as well as a clause that would see them earn an extra €15 million should PSG sell Icardi back to an Italian club.

The Milanese club are planning to invest these funds into the deals for Brescia starlet Sandro Tonali and Hellas Verona defender Marash Kumbulla.

Inter are looking to build a strong long-term project, the report continues, and so they believe purchasing the most exciting young talents would be the best way to guarantee a successful future.

The Nerazzurri have also reiterated to Barcelona that they will only accept €111 million in cash for Lautaro Martinez, and those funds would also be used to invest into the squad.