Inter will look to continue work on the departures of Joao Mario and Radja Nainggolan from the Giuseppe Meazza in the coming days, with offloading the players a priority for the window.

This is according to Tuttosport, who report that alongside the swift completion of a deal to bring AC Milan midfielder to Inter and progress expected on the sale of Achraf Hakimi in the coming days, the club are determined to move Mario and Nainggolan from the club.

Ensuring that fringe players not in manager Simone Inzaghi’s plans for next season do not remain at the club on sizeable wages is a priority for the upcoming transfer window.

As such, while the Nerazzuriub finalize the signing of Calhanoglu and meet with Hakimi’s agent Alejandro Camano to close on the sale of the Moroccan to PSG or Chelsea, they will also turn their attention to the situations of Mario and Nainggolan.

The Portuguese’s agent Federico Pastorello has spoken of a desire to grant his client’s desire to make his loan move at Sporting CP from last season a permanent stay, though at present the Lisbon-based club have not met Inter’s asking price.

Meanwhile, the Belgian could still move to Cagliari on a permanent basis after spending the second half of last season on loan with the Rossoblue, but the Nerazzurri must work to find an agreement with both the club and player on the question of compensation.