Inter’s summer transfer business will ultimately depend on the offers that they receive for big name players in the squad.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that a top player in the squad will likely have to be sacrificed in order to fund major signings, but that who it will be is far from clear.
It may be the case that no player is truly unsellable for the Nerazzurri this summer, as with last summer transfer window in which Achraf Hakimi and Romelu Lukaku went out the exit door in order to meet financial targets.
This summer, the player who the club would be most willing to listen to offers for would be Lautaro Martinez, as they look to reinforce their attack and could use a large transfer fee for the Argentine to fund the signings they’re targeting.
Paulo Dybala would be one of the main names to arrive on a free transfer to take Martinez’s place in the squad, while there are a number of other attacking targets whose signing would become viable if Martinez were sold.
Meanwhile, in defense Stefan de Vrij would be a player that the Nerazzurri would be completely ready to cash in on, though a departure for Milan Skriniar cannot be completely ruled out in the event that a huge offer comes along.
In the event that a first-choice defender from the back three is sold, Inter will immediately move to sign Bremer from Torino.