Inter are not likely to part with another major squad member this summer after the sale of Achraf Hakimi earlier this month, with the club having every intention of keeping the team together.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri will not even consider the departure of any players unless an offer comes in which more than meets their valuations.
Hakimi’s departure was seen as a financial necessity at the Nerazzurri this summer, with the club needing the revenue from a significant transfer fee to fund their financial targets in the summer.
The club were able to secure a large fee from Paris Saint-Germain for the Moroccan, and did not dip below their initial asking price in selling him.
This will remain their stance on the likes of Lautaro Martinez, Stefan de Vrij, and Milan Skriniar, who have all attracted interest from major European clubs.
The Nerazzurri do not intend to part ways with any of these players, and would only begin discussions for their sales should the players wish to depart and a very significant financial offer be on the table.
Marcelo Brozovic, meanwhile, is another player who has attracted transfer interest with the 28-year-old’s contract running into its final year, but the Nerazzurri want to keep him and it is thought that the player’s desire is also to begin negotiations soon on a contract extension which would take him beyond next summer with the club.