Inter are aiming to sell a number of currently loaned-out players permanently in the summer in order to raise cash for their transfer business.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who name some of the players who the Nerazzurri could sell over the summer transfer window.
Cagliari look increasingly likely to exercise the purchase option in the loan deal for Nerazzurri-owned fullback Dalbert, worth €7 million, after the Brazilian’s resurgence in form under Walter Mazzarri.
It is less clear that Basel will exercise a similar option worth €8 million in their loan of Sebastiano Esposito given the young striker’s disciplinary issues this season.
Meanwhile, Stefano Sensi’s future is up in the air when he returns from his dry loan with Sampdoria, but he could be up for sale with the likes of Fiorentina, Lazio, and Sassuolo interested.
Monza also have options to make the loan deals of Michele Di Gregorio and Lorenzo Pirola permanent in the event of promotion to Serie A, the former for €4 million.
Valentino Lazaro’s loan deal at Benfica could yet be made into a permanent stay, whilst the likes of Lucien Agoume, Martin Satriano, Eddie Salcedo, Andrea Pinamonti, Samuele Mulattieri, Gaetano Oristanio, and Filip Stankovic could all be sold upon their loan returns.