Inter could be looking at some of the players currently on loan as part of their strategy to raise cash in the next summer transfer window.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who note that the likes of Sebastiano Esposito, Samuele Mulattieri, Eddie Salcedo, Darian Males, and Facundo Colidio are particularly likely to be sold.

Inter have a total of seventeen players out on loan this season.

Some of these, such as young midfielder Giovanni Fabbian, are likely to go on loan again next summer to continue their development.

However, in the case of several young striker, the Nerazzurri could feel ready to cash in.

Esposito has returned early from his loan spell with Anderlecht and is likely to join a club in Serie A or Serie B for the rest of the season.

Meanwhile, Mulattieri and Salcedo have been showing good form in Serie B with Frosinone and Bari respectively.

Males is on loan at Basel, with the Swiss side having an option to sign the 21-year-old permanently.

Lastly, Colidio has finally found form, on loan with Argentine team Tigre over the last calendar year, and he could be used as part of a cash-plus-player deal for Racing Club midfielder Carlos Alcaraz.

In all of these cases, Inter could well be ready to probe the market to find permanent new clubs, in order to bring in transfer fees rather than continuing to send them out on loan.