Inter could lose a midfielder this summer, but will not want to leave the options in the centre of the pitch available to manager Simone Inzaghi too thin, according to reports.

This from Italian news outlet L’Interista, who claim that one of Matias Vecino, Roberto Gagliardini, or Stefano Sensi could be sold, but no more than one.

Vecino, whose contract is set to expire, has been subject to inquiries from Napoli with Partenopei manager Luciano Spalletti keen on the Uruguayan, but no concrete offers have arrived.

Meanwhile, Sensi is a player who Fiorentina are said to be tracking closely, with the Nerazzurri having set his value at around €20 million.

Gagliardini is one more option whose future is not entirely secure at the Giuseppe Meazza, with Inzaghi set to evaluate the player whose current contract is set to expire in 2023.

A departure could be on the way for one of these players should the right offer come in, but the club do not wish to lose too many midfielders going forward.