Inter are planning to approach this summer’s transfer window with the aim of self-financing as they did last summer, and they have a plan to do it.
This is detailed in today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who identify possible player-plus-cash offers for major targets as a key to the Nerazzurri’s strategy.
All of Arturo Vidal, Alexis Sanchez, and Matias Vecino look to be headed for the exit door in the summer, which should free up significant space in Inter’s wage bill.
Meanwhile, Stefan de Vrij could be sold, and the fee generated by his departure could be used in large part to finance a deal for his replacement, with Torino’s Bremer the main target.
However, this could still not be enough to finance moves for some of the club’s more ambitious targets, especially Sassuolo midfielder Davide Frattesi and striker Gianluca Scamacca.
The Nerazzurri are weighing up the possibility of including the likes of Andrea Pinamonti, Stefano Sensi, Martin Satriano, or Lucien Agoume in offers for these two, as well as for Bremer, to lighten the financial burden of signing them.