Inter have a tough job on their hands to offload all their unwanted players, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As per Corriere dello Sport’s print edition, the Nerazzurri need to raise funds in the transfer market by finding new clubs for all those players who are returning from loan spells.

Radja Nainggolan is the hardest matter to resolve, with the midfielder demanding a payoff from Inter in order to terminate his contract.

Steven Zhang will not grant the Belgian his wish, which has led to a stall in talks with Cagliari.

Elsewhere, Dalbert is coming back to Inter after Rennes decided not to exercise their €12 million option to buy, while Valentino Lazaro is returning after Borussia Monchengladbach waived their own €13.8 million option.

Zinho Vanheusden will be re-signed from Standard Liege for €13 million, meanwhile, but he has plenty of suitors after recovering from the second long-term knee injury of his career.

Inter will also be hoping to offload players like Eddie Salcedo, Gabriel Brazao, Darian Males, Georgios Vagiannidis, Sebastiano Esposito and Lorenzo Pirola.