Inter Milan could cash in on three young players in order to fund signings during the upcoming summer transfer window.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInter1908, name Gaetano Oristanio, Sebastiano Esposito, and Valentin Carboni as players who could be on the way out.

Inter will need to make sales this summer if they are to bring players in.

The Nerazzurri will essentially need to have another “net zero” transfer window as with last summer. That means that any money that the club invest in signings must come from outgoing transfers.

That could mean a big sale. Denzel Dumfries would perhaps be the likeliest candidate to depart from Inter for a big transfer fee.

But that is not the only way that Inter have raised cash in the transfer market in recent seasons.

There have also been sales of younger players. In 2022, the likes of Andrea Pinamonti and Cesare Casadei left for Sassuolo and Chelsea respectively.

Those deals were enough for Inter to avoid having to sell a higher-profile player from within the squad.

Meanwhile, last summer Inter sold GIovanni Fabbian to Udinese. However, in that case the Nerazzurri have a buyback option so they can retain control of the 21-year-old’s future.

Inter Milan Could Cash In On Oristanio, Esposito & Carboni This Summer

According to the Gazzetta, there would be three main candidates for Inter to sell this summer as younger player.

One would be attacking midfielder Oristanio.

The 21-year-old is currently on loan at Cagliari. The Rossoblu retain a purchase option, though whether or not they exercise it could depend on their Serie A survival.

Whether Oristanio stays in Sardinia on a permanently or not, Inter will in all likelihood aim to sell the midfielder for a fee this summer.

The same could be true of striker Esposito. The 21-year-old is currently on loan with Sampdoria.

Esposito has been out on a number of loans over the past few seasons.

And this summer could be the one where Inter finally sell Esposito for a fee.

The Blucerchiati have a purchase option on the striker. But whether or not the Ligurians take advantage of it could have much to do with whether or not they achieve promotion to Serie A.

Lastly, there is the situation of attacking midfielder Valentin Carboni.

Carboni’s situation is more similar to Fabbian. Like with Fabbian, Inter would want to retain control of Carboni’s future – so they would likely only sell him if there is a buyback clause included.

In terms of a fee for Carboni, Inter have already rejected a 20 million bid from Fiorentina. So that would presumably be the benchmark.