Inter look set to focus on expediting the departures of Joao Mario and Radja Nainggolan in the immediate future.

This is according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who claim that the Nerazzurri are turning their attention to ensuring that these players offloaded in the summer having reached an agreement to sign AC Milan’s Hakan Calhanoglu as a replacement for Christian Eriksen.

It is known that offloading fringe squad members has been a priority for the club in this transfer window, with the wages commanded by players not in manager Simone Inzaghi’s plans thought to be far too high.

Inter are prepared to accept a loss on Joao Mario in terms of capital gains so long as the Portuguese is to leave the club during this window, with the club having been negotiating for his permanent exit to Sporting CP for weeks.

The Nerazzurri and the player are both thought to have grown impatient with Sporting’s refusal to meet Inter’s valuation, however, and it remains to be seen how Inter approach his sale.

Meanwhile, Nainggolan is another player who Inter are determined to see exit the club in the summer, with the Belgian thought to represent a savings of €3-4 million in wages net should he depart.