Inter could swap two of their strikers this summer and end up in a better financial position, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by Il Giornale today, paying Alexis Sanchez €4 million to break his contract is a move that Beppe Marotta could make this summer to remove the Chilean from the wage bill.
By doing that and selling Lautaro Martinez for around €70 million, Beppe Marotta could free up €13.5 million in the Inter wage budget.
He could then sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus on a free transfer and Gianluca Scamacca from Sassuolo for €40 million. Their combined wages would likely be around €9.5 million.
It is also not impossible to imagine that, should an interesting enough bid come in, Inter will sell Joaquin Correa just one year after he joined the Nerazzurri.
In terms of Romelu Lukaku, it is extremely unlikely that he will make a return to Inter.