Inter have several major outgoings on their agenda for the transfer market, as the club look to thin their squad for next season.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the club are working towards the departures of Joao Mario, Radja Nainggolan, Sebastiano Esposito, and Zinho Vanheusden at the moment.

Nainggolan’s reported move to Cagliari is still inching forward, with the club still thought to be in talks with the Belgian about his severance pay, thought to be the last meaningful hurdle for the deal.

Mario, meanwhile, wants a move to Benfica who have met Inter’s valuation for their offer, and the club are working on making the move happen.

Young Belgian defender Zinho Vanhesuden looks set for a loan to a Serie A club immediately after his arrival back at the Giuseppe Meazza from Standard Liege, with the likes of Genoa, Spezia, and Bologna all thought to be in the hunt for him for next season.

Lastly, Sebastiano Esposito will go out on loan to Swiss side Basel, who will have an option to purchase the 18-year-old for €8 million at the end of the deal, an option which the Nerazzurri can cancel by paying Basel an additional €1 million.