Inter Milan are still hoping to offload out-of-favour forward Joaquin Correa this summer, with Saudi Pro League clubs interested.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri could even be willing to take a capital loss in order to get the Argentine out the door.

There is little doubt at this point that Inter would be willing to get rid of Correa.

The 28-year-old has never really lived up to expectations since his summer 2021 transfer from Lazio.

Injuries have played a major role in disrupting Correa’s momentum. This has caused the club’s directors and coach Simone Inzaghi to all but lose faith in the ex-Sevilla and Sampdoria forward.

However, there would be a big question surrounding whether or not any teams in Europe would be willing to make an offer. Correa’s struggles for form would certainly be cause for many clubs to wonder and worry.

So far this summer Fenerbahce have shown an interest in signing Correa. However, the player has rejected the possibility.

Meanwhile, Premier League duo West Ham United and Everton reportedly showed a tentative interest. However, that never materialized in any real offers for the Argentine.

Inter Could Even Take Capital Loss To Sell Joaquin Correa – Saudi Clubs Interested

When Inter signed Correa in 2021, they paid a total of €32.6 million to Lazio to do so.

This means that the Argentine is still amortized in the Nerazzurri’s balance sheet at around €18.2 million. That is therefore the amount that they would have to sell him for in order to avoid a capital loss.

However, Tuttosport report, Inter would not necessarily turn down offers lower than that amount.

Correa does not really have a place in the plans even as a fourth attacker in the depth chart.

Inter would prefer to find a new club for the 28-year-old and then sign a player with a different profile to meet the demands of coach Inzaghi.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri will listen to offers. Even those lower than the €18.2 million watershed.

Tuttosport note that there is interest in Correa’s signature from teams in the free-spending Saudi Pro League.

Al-Shabab in particular have reportedly shown a concrete interest.