Inter Milan could end up selling one or more between Stefano Sensi, Valentin Carboni and Gaetano Oristanio to raise transfer funds.

The Nerazzurri are currently exploring their options on the market. The club needs to sign a new player to cover for Juan Cuadrado’s absence.

The Colombian will undergo surgery to treat an Achilles tendon injury that has been haunting him since the start of the season.

The 35-year-old will end up missing three or four months of action.

According to Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInter1908, the management will be hoping for a cash injection from the ownership.

But if Suning refuses to grant additional transfer funds, the directors will have to raise money by selling one or more players.

As the Roman newspaper explains, Stefano Sensi is the only member of the senior squad that Inter can afford to drop.

The 28-year-old is at the bottom of Simone Inzahgi’s midfield pecking order. He has only made a couple of brief cameos this term.

While the Italian’s contract will expire at the end of the season, Inter would like to sell him in January.

Inter Milan Could Offload Stefano Sensi, Gaetano Oristanio Or Valentin Carboni In January

The other operations that could provide the club with fresh funds revolve around loaned-out youngsters.

The Nerazzurri are reportedly willing to sell Oristanio. The 21-year-old is an attacking midfielder who currently plies his trade at Cagliari.

The Isolani have the option to buy the young Italian at the end of the season. In their turn, the Beneamta have inserted a buy-back option.

The other youngster that Inter could offload is Valentin Carboni. The 18-year-old Argentine is spending his campaign on loan at Monza.