Inter Milan are targeting Davide Frattesi, Teun Koopmeiners, and Giorgi Mamardashvili among reinforcements with €90 million to reinvest from sales.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who detail the Nerazzurri’s ambitious plan to make three major sales and then replace the outgoing players with new arrivals.

Inter’s outgoing transfer market is heating up.

Marcelo Brozovic is on the verge of leaving, with Al-Nassr the likely destination. The Nerazzurri will reportedly pocket €23 million from the Croat’s sale.

Then, there is goalkeeper Andre Onana. The player’s agent is reportedly in talks with Manchester United, and Inter will listen to the Red Devils’ offers.

The Nerazzurri are prepared to sell the Cameroonian, though not for a fee of less than €50 million. United are reportedly ready to offer that amount plus add-ons as an opening bid.

Lastly, Robin Gosens appears out the door amid Union Berlin, Wolfsburg, Bournemouth, and Nottingham Forest interest.

Inter want at least €15 million for the former Atalanta star.

Inter Milan Targeting Frattesi, Koopmeiners, Mamardashvili, Augusto

All told, Tuttosport report, Inter expect to have around €90 million in transfer fees to reinvest in the market if they make the sales that they expect to over the coming days.

In midfield, the Nerazzurri are keen to wrap up a deal for Sassuolo and Italy star Davide Frattesi. Brozovic’s departure would both open up a slot in the squad, and provide the fee to finance a deal for the 23-year-old.

On the other hand, Atalanta midfielder Teun Koopmeiners is also on Inter’s radar as a midfield reinforcement. The Dutchman’s wages would also be very affordable for the Nerazzurri.

As far as a replacement for Onana in goal, Tuttosport confirm reports that Inter want Valencia’s Giorgio Mamardashvili. The 22-year-old Georgian international is ahead of Bayern Munich’s Yann Sommer in their shortlist.

Lastly, Tuttosport report that the Nerazzurri want Monza’s Carlos Augusto to replace Gosens.