With generating revenue through transfers in the upcoming window a must for Inter, the futures of key players such as Achraf Hakimi and Lautaro Martinez remain uncertain.

Today’s edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport argue that even if Hakimi is to leave Inter for a substantial fee, it may still be in the club’s best interest to consider offers for striker Lautaro Martinez.

The prevailing thought is that Inter would prefer to sacrifice only one major player, and that the fate of each player depends on the sale or lack thereof of others in the squad with high valuations.

However, Corriere dello Sport make the point that with possible interest from Spanish clubs Atletico di Madrid and Real Madrid in the 23-year-old Argentine, an offer may yet materialize which is too valuable for Inter to turn down.

It is said that Inter would not accept an offer of less than €80 million for the Argentine, and would prefer €90 million.

In the event that Martinez does leave, then Inter may step up their pursuit of Giacomo Raspadori.