Inter have a clear idea of their targets for the summer transfer window, but they will have to make a big name sale before they can proceed with their summer business.
This according to Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are making headway on deals for Bremer, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and Paulo Dybala in addition to Andre Onana, but that a major sale will be required to facilitate these moves.
Bremer has always been the top defensive target for Inter and they have had an agreement with the 24-year-old since January although they will still have to convince Torino on a deal for him.
Meanwhile, Onana is all set to be announced as a Nerazzurri player when his contract with Ajax expires, and a deal for Mkhitaryan should be completed on a free transfer once a medical is done when the Armenian recovers from the injury he suffered in Roma’s Conference League final against Feyenoord.
No formal agreement has yet arrived with Dybala, but Inter expect to be able to get a deal done for the Argentine as well.
Much of Inter’s plans for the summer are pending a major sale, however, with the club requiring a fee of at least €60-70 million to come in in order to complete the deals they are targeting.