Inter Milan are reportedly aiming to raise funds for a summer onslaught on Genoa star Albert Gudmundsson.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews, the Nerazzurri consider the Icelandic as their primary target to bolster their attack in the summer.

The 26-year-old has attracted the club’s interest with his impressive displays for the Grifone this season. The second striker has thus far scored 13 goals and provided four assists in 30 appearances across all competitions.

The player only cost the Lugurians 1.5 million euros when they signed him from AZ Alkmaar in January 2022. But as the source tells it, his valuation is now between 30 and 35 million euros.

So as the pink newspaper explains, Inter are looking to offload a host of loanees and reinvest the money in Gudmundsson.

The first name on the chopping block is Joaquin Correa who is enduring a complicated campaign in Marseille. The Argentine is unlikely to linger in Southern France beyond the season.

Yet, Inter will still be desperate to sell him, even if it means registering capital losses. He currently weighs 8.5 million euros on the club’s books.

Inter Milan Devising Plan To Afford Albert Gudmundsson

On the contrary, Inter expect Lucien Agoume to seal a permanent move to Sevilla. This would yield 5 or 6 million euros.

Moreover, Cagliari are likely to maintain Gaetano Oristanio if they avoid relegation to Serie B, thus generating 4 million euros. As for Zinho Vanheusden, his sale to Standard Liege could provide 7M for Inter’s coffers.

Ionut Radu will be on the market even if he fails to secure a permanent switch to Bournemouth. Fellow goalkeeper Filip Stankovic is gaining popularity with his impressive displays at Sampdoria.

Finally, the likes of Mattia Zanotti, Valentin Carboni and the Esposito brothers could be set for summer maneuvers, even if the club prefers to maintain control over their future.