Inter could look to bring money into the club this summer by offloading fringe players, with the likes of Dalbert, Joao Mario, Andrew Gravillon, and Zinho Vanheusden all players the club could look to sell.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that each of the players has attracted interest and will be sold for the right price.

Joao Mario could leave for €8 million, with the likes of Nice, Villarreal, and Benfica interested in the 28-year-old – it is thought that the latter would be able to buy him without a problem despite reports of a clause that would put a financial penalty on Inter should they sell him to a Portuguese club other than Sporting CP.

Dalbert is thought to be in the sights of Russian Premier League side CSKA Moscow, with the Nerazzurri demanding €7 million for the Brazilian left-back.

Andrew Gravillon returns from a loan with French club Lorient, and it is thought that Inter would sell the 23-year-old should an offer in the range of €4-5 million come in, with several French clubs interested.

On the situation of Zinho Vanheusden, soon to be bought on a permanent basis from Standard Liege, it is thought that the Nerazzurri are open to both loan moves away and permanent sales for the 23-year-old Belgian.