Inter are still assessing their options on the left side of their squad, with incomings and outgoings both expected, and the latest development being that Federico Dimarco could be allowed to leave while Ivan Perisic wants to remain at the club.

Today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport report that Dimarco is a player who the Nerazzurri are considering selling on a permanent basis in order to generate cash.

The 23-year-old returns from his loan with Hellas Verona last season, where he impressed and gained in value.

The Nerazzurri have been contemplating whether to keep him as an option for incoming coach Simone Inzaghi, or to sell him for a profit, and it appears as though they will take the latter approach should the right offer come along.

Perisic, meanwhile, is said to want to remain at the Giuseppe Meazza for the final year of his contract, and then look to depart on a free transfer next summer.

Inter, however, wish to sell the Croatian this summer, with the club not wanting to pay the €4.7 salary on the last year of his contract and hoping for an incoming fee to fund a replacement.