Inter are targeting €60 million in capital gains as well as a 15% reduction to their wage bill during the summer transfer window.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the club are aiming to remain as competitive as ever on the pitch but that the dictates from the owners on a financial level have been clear.

The Nerazzurri’s financial situation has stabilized considerably from where it was one year ago, but there remain outstanding issues to be dealt with, particularly in the form of the debt.

Accordingly, the club will be in for another summer transfer window in which financial restrictions will be set and goals will be expected to be reached.

The wage bill will have to be slashed by 15% in order to meet the demands communicated by the owners, whilst capital gains of €60 million will be expected between incoming and outgoing transfers.