Inter are making a commitment to change their transfer strategy from January onwards to avoid having an ageing squad on big wages, according to a report in the Italian media.
As has been reported by Calciomercato.com this evening, Inter wants to start signing much younger players from January onwards and this is also being reflected by the players they are choosing to offer new contracts too.
This was actually the plan in the latest transfer window but when Romelu Lukaku left for Chelsea, the club had to act quickly to get Edin Dzeko through the door and bolster the attack.
In future though, the club wants to avoid the sort of transfers that leave players such as Aleksander Kolarov, Arturo Vidal, and Alexis Sanchez at the club on big wages. That makes them extremely hard to sell for any money.
New contracts are unlikely to be handed to ageing players.