Inter are still working on the departures of a number of fringe players in the squad, with the likes of Valentino Lazaro, Andrea Pinamonti, Lucien Agoume, Facundo Colidio, and Eddie Salcedo expected to move on.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are still looking for clubs for players not in the first-team plans ahead of the new season.
Lazaro has never established himself at Inter since joining from Hertha Berlin in the summer of 2019, and he is expected to leave before the transfer window shuts.
Benfica had linked with a strong interest, but it now looks much likelier that a move back to the Bundesliga will be on the cards, with the likes of Mainz, Eintracht Frankfurt, and Freiburg interested in signing the Austrian.
Meanwhile, Pinamonti will likely depart on loan rather than on a permanent basis, with no interested clubs able to accomodate his net €2.2 million annual salary, but a number of Serie A clubs are interested in loaning him in.
On the other hand, Agoume is expected to move to Saint-Etienne on loan after signing a new contract, where the priority will be finding playing time and developing his game, with the 19-year-old still considered to have a potential Nerazzurri future.
Similarly, Salcedo and Colidio, whose contracts run until 2023 and 2024 respectively, will also likely find loan destinations, where they will hope to develop with regular playing time.