Inter are considering allowing the likes of strikers Andrea Pinamonti and Martin Satriano, midfielders Stefano Sensi and Lucien Agoume, and defender Zinho Vanheusden depart this summer.
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who also report that of the quintet, Satriano is a player who the Nerazzurri would not want to sell permanently during the window.
The Nerazzurri are gearing up for an eventful summer transfer window, and if there are to be significant additions to the squad then they will have to finance these deals with sales.
The club are looking at players currently on loan as possibilities to be sold for profit, and all of Pinamonti, Sensi, Vanhesiden, Agoume, and Satriano are considered possibilities in this respect.
However, Calciomercato also note that Satriano remains a player who the club would be reluctant to let go of on a permanent basis as early as this summer, though he could go out on loan again.