Inter want to receive around €120 million in transfer fees this summer by selling two of their most important players, according to a report in the Italian print media today.
As has been reported by Corriere della Sera today, sustainability is the word that every executive keeps using when they are interviewed about Inter’s plans for the summer transfer window.
In terms of outgoings, the club has four players in mind who they know there will be serious bidders for over the summer. Those players are Nicolo Barella, Alessandro Bastoni, Milan Skriniar and Lautaro Martinez.
They would be open to selling two of these players if it meant they could receive around €120 million. Three of those four players have signed new deals this season but the club know that they must cash in whilst their stock is high.
Some of the money can be used to sign players like Paulo Dybala on a free transfer or Romelu Lukaku on loan.