Inter believe that they can sign both Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku and Juventus forward Paulo Dybala during the summer transfer window.
This according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta.it, who report that bringing both players in would be difficult, but that if certain factors line up then the club are planning to try to sign both.
The first condition that must be met for the Nerazzurri to sign both players would be bringing in significant cash from sales, both from fringe players and potentially from a major sale.
Of the big names at the club, Lautaro Martinez and Stefan de Vrij would be the most likely departures, whilst a number of players currently out on loan could be sold for profit.
Moreover, the wage bill would have to be reduced, which could be accomplished partly with the sale of a big name player but especially would be predicated on the departure of Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal on free transfers.
Lastly, the club would have to convince both Lukaku and Dybala to lower their wages, with the Belgian currently earning a net of €12.5 million per season at Chelsea and the Argentine having asked for €10 million net per season from Juventus including add-ons.