Inter’s main reason now for selling multiple fringe and young players is that they want to fund a deal for PSV Eindhoven’s Denzel Dumfries, according to a report in the Italian media.

As has been reported by Sport Mediaset, the sales of players such as Dalbert and Joao Marioare being done with the intention of reinvesting that money into the replacement for Achraf Hakimi.

The Moroccan right-back joined Paris Saint Germain last week for an upfront fee of €65 million but Inter must end the transfer window with a net profit of €70 million or more. This means more players have to be sold in order to replace Achraf Hakimi.

Denzel Dumfries impressed many clubs with his performances at Euro 2020 for The Netherlands, with Everton also interested in the player.

It is belived he would cost around €30 million so it is still a very ambituous deal for a club in Inter’s state to try and pull off.