Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta could change his strategy when it comes to raising funds for the transfer window according to a report from Italian news outlet FCInter1908.it.
Rather than let Barcelona target Lautaro Martinez leave the club, due to the fact Inter manager Antonio Conte wants to keep him for at least another season, Marotta could decide to let Marcelo Brozovic and Milan Skriniar depart the club to raise funds.
Although the Croatian and Slovakian have long been deemed non-transferable, they could well be sacrificed in order to fund the revolution that Conte would like to happen.
Inter will not let the players go cheap though and want their sales to at least equal what they would have otherwise got for Lautaro. Inter want in excess of €100 million for the duo.
This season Brozovic has made 35 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored three goals and provided five assists.
Skriniar has meanwhile made 36 appearances across all competitions, in which he has provided two assists.