Inter are targeting a total income of €100 million in sales, with the club hoping to reach the amount through the departure of fringe squad members in addition to the blockbuster sale of Achraf Hakimi to Paris Saint-Germain.

This according to Italian news outlet, who name some of the players who the Nerazzurri are hoping to sell in order to raise the amount outlined.

Hakimi’s sale is thought to make up the bulk of the transfer revenue which the Nerazzurri expect for the summer, with the Moroccan leaving for a a fee which could total more than €70 million should all add-ons involved be triggered.

However, the club are not stopping with Hakimi, and have made the sales of fringe squad members a major priority for the summer, with the squad deemed to have too many players who are on high wages but not in the first-team plans of manager Simone Inzaghi.

The first such player is Portuguese midfielder Joao Mario, now thought to be close to a move away to Benfica after the 28-year-old’s permanent transfer to their Lisbon rivals Sporting CP collapsed.

Radja Nainggolan could also depart for Cagliari soon, with Inter not receiving a fee for the player but still wanting his wages off their balance sheet for good.

Brazilian full-back Dalbert has attracted the interest of Russian side CSKA Moscow, with negotiations for the player’s sale thought to be progressing quickly.

Lastly, young striker Andrea Pinamonti is thought to be unhappy with the limited game-time he received last season under Antonio Conte, and it is not likely that he will be offered a greater role under Inzaghi, so the 22-year-old could be on his way out, though it is unclear where the potential destination would be.

It remains to be seen which of these players depart, and the fess involved in their sales, but the Nerazzurri will hope that as deals start to be done for the players a final amount around €100 million comes in when also taking into account the sizable fee received for Hakimi’s signature.