The sale of Andrea Pinamonti will be key to Inter’s incoming transfer business this summer, particularly being able to sign both Torino’s Bremer and Fiorentina’s Nikola Milenkovic.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are holding out for €20 million for the striker, in order to finance other transfer business.

Milan Skriniar looks to be the main candidate for a big money sale from Inter this summer, and they could hold out for a fee large enough to not only meet financial requirements for the summer but also have some leftover to go towards signings.

Bremer has long been a priority target no matter who leaves the club, but another defender could arrive if Skriniar leaves, particularly since Andrea Ranocchia has already departed for Monza and Stefan de Vrij could also be on his way out.

Fiorentina’s Milenkovic is the name at the top of the Nerazzurri’s list, but his signing along with that of Bremer would not come cheap and wouldn’t be covered by the sale of Skriniar alone.

For this, a sizable transfer fee for Pinamonti could be key, with Atalanta currently leading the way but several teams keen following his form on loan for Empoli last season.

Currently Atalanta have only offered Inter €10 million plus €5 million in add-ons, but more than that will be needed in order to facilitate the signings the Nerazzurri want to make.