Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is plotting to use sales of fringe players owned by the club to fund their transfer business during the summer window.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who name the quartet of Dalbert, Valentino Lazaro, Stefano Sensi, and Andrea Pinamonti as players who the Nerazzurri could cash in on.
Lazaro is on loan with Benfica this campaign, and whether the Portuguese giants decide to permanently buy him or another club comes forward Marotta wants to sell him.
Meanwhile, Dalbert has been playing his way into form for Cagliari this season, and the Nerazzurri CEO is hoping that he can be sold to the Sardinians on a permanent basis.
Sensi is on loan with Sampdoria and Pinamonti with Empoli, and both are player whose departures could either bring cash into the Nerazzurri’s coffers as they look to make signings, or be used in player-plus-cash offers for major targets.