Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi and the club directors will hold a meeting this week to discuss the summer transfer strategy.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that Inzaghi and the directors will meet and see what the lay of the land is as far as their plans for the summer transfer window.

Inzaghi has already met with CEO Beppe Marotta, Sporting Director Piero Ausilio, and Deputy Sporting Director Dario Baccin along with President Steven Zhang in an initial meeting to outline the transfer strategy for the summer.

In that summit, held a couple of weeks ago, the team outlined their plans to make one big name sale to meet financial targets as well as the focus on free transfer opportunities, rebuilding the midfield and completing the signing of Paulo Dybala.

Some things have already changed, with the possible availability of Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku for a return a major factor, whilst the club will have had two weeks to see what interest has emerged in high-value candidates for a major sale, and have gotten closer to signing Dybala.

Inzaghi, Marotta, Baccin, and Ausilio will meet again this week, and see where they are in their initial plans as well as what may have changed for them.