Inter believe that they can bring in at least €40 million if they are to sell young strikers Andrea Pinamonti, Sebastiano Espotio, and Martin Satriano.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri expect that the trio of youngsters can bring in a significant cash influx this summer or in the coming transfer windows.

Pinamonti’s value has risen significantly off the back of his loan spell with Empoli in the season just past, where he reached double figures for goals, and the likes of Sassuolo and Eintracth Frankfurt are interested in him.

The Nerazzurri would ask for no less than €20-25 million in order to sell Pinamonti this summer.

Meanwhile, Esposito spent last season on loan with Basel, and whilst the Swiss club have an option to make the deal permanent for €8 million, they are asking for another year on loan instead.

The Nerazzurri could decide to let Esposito stay at Basel on loan for a further season in order to gain regular playing time and increase his value, although he could also be used as part of a cash-plus-player offer for Empoli midfielder Kristjan Asllani.

Lastly, Satriano’s form on loan with Brest over the second half of the season saw him emerge as a target for Marseille and Nice in Ligue 1.