Inter could look to sell Lautaro Martinez for a significant fee during the summer transfer window in order to finance their other transfer business.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the club are increasingly opening up to a plan that would involve selling the Argentine and replacing him with Paulo Dybala on a free transfer.
The Nerazzurri’s plan for the summer is to be financially self-sufficient by financing any signings with sales, and for this reason a lot of their focus has been on younger players or those who are available at low cost or on free transfers.
However, the departure of a major name also cannot be ruled out, and Martinez could be the likeliest to be headed towards the exit door.
A sale of the 24-year-old would bring significant money into the Nerazzurri’s coffers, whilst they could move for Dybala on a free transfer to bolster their attack and then have freedom to pursue their other major targets.