Inter need €50 million to sign Chelsea’s N’Golo Kante and could be helped on their way by the sales of Matias Vecino and Radja Nainggolan according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
Vecino is currently subject to interest from fellow Serie A club Napoli and Inter want him to leave in a fashion which almost guarantees them income. He is not part of Inter’s plans at the moment and is almost certain to be excluded from the UEFA squad list.
As for Nainggolan, the Belgian central midfielder is subject to interest from Cagliari. Inter have made it clear that they want €15 million for the former Roma player and Cagliari do not want to spend that much and the feeling is that in the coming days the demands could lower.
Whilst the sales of the above duo would not be enough for Inter to sign Kante, they would certainly help Inter in their bid to land the French midfielder, who Inter manager Antonio Conte reportedly dreams of having in his side.