With Achraf Hakimi’s sale to Paris Saint-Germain complete, Inter will look to generate further transfer revenue with the sale of fringe squad members or players otherwise outside of next season’s plans.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who name Joao Mario, Ivan Perisic, Arturo Vidal, Radja Nainggolan, Valentino Lazaro, and Andrew Gravillon.

In the case of Mario, it is thought that the player’s move to Portuguese club Benfica is close with agreement between the clubs, and that a supposed clause preventing the sale in the 28-year-old’s initial sale to Inter from Sporting CP in 2016 will not prevent it.

Meanwhile, the club have prioritized the other departures named above, and will hope a that a buyer can be found for all or most of the players at a fee around the club’s valuation.

Whether this proves to be the case remains to be seen, though it is expected that the Nerazzurri will do everything within their power to both generate transfer revenues from these players and get their wages off the club’s balance sheet.