Inter Milan are looking to cash in on striker Samuele Mulattieri and midfielder Stefano Sensi during the summer transfer window.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who name the pair as two of the main names who the Nerazzurri will look to shift on this summer in order to fund signings.

There is still quite a bit of ambitious transfer business that Inter are aiming to do this summer.

And, in order to afford big signings, the Nerazzurri will have to make sales with fees totalling a similar amount to what they spend.

In this respect, Inter have already made one notable sale. Marcelo Brozovic has joined Al-Nassr for a reported fee of around €18 million.

Moreover, Andre Onana could follow the Croat out the exit door. Manchester United are keen on the Cameroonian, and Inter reportedly want €60 million for his signature.

These two sales would certainly give Inter a sizable war chest for bringing players in the other direction.

However, there are also players from outside of the Nerazzurri’s first team whom they could look to generate decent fees from.

Inter Milan Aiming To Sell Mulattieri & Sensi This Summer

One player who Inter will certainly aim to sell is striker Samuele Mulattieri.

The 22-year-old’s value has risen quite a bit off the back of his excellent loan spell at Frosinone last season. Thusly, the Nerazzurri have exercised a buyback option after the Lazio-based club signed Mulattieri permanently.

Reportedly, Inter are offering Mulattieri to Sassuolo as part of a deal for Davide Frattesi.

However, even if the Nerazzurri don’t end up signing Frattesi they will still sell Mulattieri.

Reportedly, the Neroverdi want to buy Mulattieri even if it doesn’t end up being part of a deal for Frattesi going in the other direction.

Another Inter player whose loan deal has ended is midfielder Stefano Sensi.

Monza will not sign the 27-year-old on a permanent basis. And, Sensi only has one year left on his contract with Inter, which runs out at the end of next June.

Accordingly, there is little question that the Nerazzurri will aim to sell Sensi this summer.