Inter’s need to reduce their expenses has become urgent according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Nerazzurri club, like every other club on the planet, have been financially impacted by the global COVID-19 crisis and it is for this reason that Inter must aim to break even in the January transfer window to avoid any further expense.
Selling players will help Inter out financially and there is also a need to contain wages and some goodwill from players and staff may be required over the coming months.
Inter are planning many contract renewals and once done, these will save the club money due to the way that they will be structured. Existing contracts could be spread past their current expiry dates whilst agreements over wage postponements will also be sought. There is also already an agreement with the team over this.
The report goes on to explain that as far as reinforcements are concerned, Matias Vecino, who is set to return from a long injury lay-off, will take the place of the departing Radja Nainggolan in the team.
When it comes to Andrea Pinamonti, his future is up in the air as Inter have been linked with signing several players to bolster their attack from Gervinho to Graziano Pelle and Olivier Giroud. To bring in a replacement, there must be no cost attached.