From Facundo Colidio to Sebastiano Esposito, Inter Milan have a number of young strikers they could sell this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews.

Inter already know the likely fate of one of the young strikers in their squad.

After an outstanding loan spell with Frosinone in Serie B, 22-year-old Samuele Mulattieri looks bound for Sassuolo.

The Nerazzurri have already exercised a buyback option in Mulattieri’s deal after Frosinone signed him permanently. Now they are ready to send him to Sassuolo as part of a deal for midfielder Davide Frattesi.

However, even if a transfer of Frattesi to Inter doesn’t materialize, the Neroverdi would still want Mulattieri.

However, Mulattieri is far from the only young striker who may leave Inter this summer.

Facudno Colidio, Sebastiano Esposito & Darien Males Among Young Strikers Who Could Leave Inter

Argentine international Facundo Colidio is back at Inter after a year and a half on loan with Tigre.

The Nerazzurri are set to move Colidio on. They value the 22-year-old at €7-8 million.

Moreover, Inter could potentially offer Colidio as part of a deal for Tigre striker Mateo Retegui.

Meanwhile, Stuttgart are reportedly keen to sign Nerazzurri striker Darien Males. The Swiss international is back at the Nerazzurri after the end of a lengthy loan spell in his home country with Basel.

Stuttgart could reportedly offer around €4.5 million for the 22-year-old.

Meanwhile, Uruguayan international Martin Satriano is another player who’s back at Inter from loan last season. The 22-year-old spent the campaign on loan with Empoli.

According to Tuttosport, Satriano would prefer a move away from Serie A over another move within Italy. Inter could very well sell him permanently should the right offer arrive.

Lastly, Sebastiano Esposito and Eddie Salcedo are two young strikers who are back at Inter. Both spent the second half of last season on loan in Serie B.

Neither have a place in the Nerazzurri’s first team, and in any event Inter will look to find new clubs for them.