Moves for both Romelu Lukaku and Paulo Dybala this summer would only be feasible in the event that two forwards depart including Alexis Sanchez.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Nerazzurri would not be ready to sacrifice Lautaro Martinez in order to make way for the two big name attacking signings.

Dybala has long represented a significant potential opportunity for Inter given the 28-year-old’s availability on a free transfer, whilst the return of Lukaku on loan one year after his big money sale to Chelsea looks to be an increasingly concrete possibility.

However, signing both forwards would be too big of an investment for the Nerazzurri given the size of their respective wages.

A move for one major arrival in attack will be well within the club’s strategy for the window once Sanchez leaves the club given the space that will be made on their wage bill, but to sign both another attacker would have to leave.

On paper, Martinez would be a logical candidate for this given the transfer interest around the Argentine, but the Nerazzurri are not interested in cashing in on him even if it would mean signing both Lukaku and Dybala.