Inter can bring in more than €40 million from the sales of defender Lorenzo Pirola, striker Andrea Pinamonti, and midfielder Stefano Sensi to Monza this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are expecting that their dealings with the newly-promoted side can bring significant cash into their coffers during the summer transfer window.

In addition to having already made the loan of Michele Di Gregorio permanent, Monza have the option to permanently sign defender Lorenzo Pirola from Inter for €7 million after he spent the past two seasons on loan in Brianza.

The Lombard club will ask the Nerazzurri for a discount, around €5 million, but this could be made up for in other sales, as they are seriously pursuing Pinamonti who Inter value at around €20 million.

Lastly, Sensi is one of Monza’s priority targets as they aim to strengthen their team for the top flight, and the 26-year-old could also command a significant fee.