After opening up a six point lead at the top of Serie A, Inter have already begun turning attention to next season and the transfer window, with a view to selling players currently out on loan.
As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Tuttosport, the Nerazzurri could stand to raise a considerable figure by offloading players who are not with the club this season, with the potential to bring in €60 million.
Inter are optimistic of selling Joao Mario to Sporting CP with the Portuguese enjoying a fruitful season at his former club, and could push for €10m to complete the deal.
Fellow midfielder Radja Nainggolan returned to Cagliari on a temporary agreement in January and is believed to be keen to make the switch in the summer, although this could be hampered by his wage demands and would be impossible if the Sardinian club were relegated.
Elsewhere, five players currently have redemption agreements in place as part of their loans and Inter are hoping these will be triggered.
Lorient would be able to sign Andrew Gravillon for €6m, whilst fellow French club Rennes have an option in place to secure Dalbert for €12m.
Meanwhile, Borussia Moenchengladbach would be able to sign Valentino Lazaro for €13.8m, Monza have an agreement in place to be able to bring Michele Di Gregorio in for €7m and Hellas Verona may take up their €6m option on Federico Dimarco.
Inter could also generate further funds by selling the likes of Lorenzo Pirola, Gabriele Brazao and Eddie Salcedo, at Monza, Barcelona B and Verona respectively.