Inter Milan are counting on their loaned-out strikers Joaquin Correa and Martin Satriano to raise money for the transfer session.

The Serie A runaway leaders will only be able to spend on newcomers by selling some of their current players.

So according to FcInter1908, the Nerazzurri are hoping to sell Correa and Satriano to Ligue 1 sidees.

While the two strikers are currently plying their trade in France, their situations are strikingly different.

In Correa’s case, Olympique Marseille will have the obligation to buy him if they somehow qualify for the Champions League. This would cost the French club 10 million euros.

The Southerners are unlikely to achieve this feat through the domestic league, as they are currently 10 points adrift from the UCL zone.

However, OM have now reached the semi-final of the Europa League after beating Benfica in penalty shootouts. Correa himself scored one of the spot-kicks.

Marseille will meet Atalanta in the semi-final, and Inter will certainly be cheering for the French side.

After all, the Nerazzurri have no plans to maintain the Argentine, and the same goes for Marseille who haven’t been impressed by his displays this season.

However, the Ligue 1 giants won’t have much of a choice if they win the Europa League and subsequently qualify for the Champions League.

Inter Milan Hoping To Sell Joaquin Correa & Martin Satriano To Marseille & Brest

As for Satriano, he has managed to claim himself a starting spot at Brest. The club has been the Dark Horse of Ligue 1 this season, currently sitting second in the table. They’re on track to secure a historic UCL qualification.

Nevertheless, the French side doesn’t have the option to maintain the 23-year-old Uruguayan beyond the current campaign.

However, Inter would be happy to negotiate a sale with Brest who may have the resources to pull off the deal if they reach the Champions League.