Inter Milan will be looking to forge 100 million euros from sales to pursue Bento, Alessandro Buongiorno and Albert Gudmundsson.

After winning the Serie A title, the Nerazzurri will be looking to bolster their ranks ahead of an extremely packed campaign.

The management has already booked Mehdi Taremi and Piotr Zielinski on free transfers. However, they are still monitoring three names with great interest.

Inter would like to add Brazil goalkeeper Bento to the fold, in addition to Torino defender Buongiorno and Genoa breakout star Gudmundsson.

According to Tuttosport via FcInterNews, these three players would cost Inter approximately 100 million euros.

At the moment, the Nerazzurri can only spend money by raising transfer funds from their sales.

Therefore, the Turin-based newspaper explains how the Nerazzurri could forge this figure in the summer.

From the current starters, only Denzel Dumfries will be on the market. The Dutchman’s contract will expire in 2025, so unless he signs an extension, Inter will be looking to sell him.

The Serie A champions are hoping to generate 30 million from his departure. This could be plausible if the wingback manages to impress in the Euro 2024.

How Inter Milan Plan To Raise 100M Euros To Sign Bento, Alessandro Buongiorno & Albert Gudmundsson

Moreover, the Nerazzurri could decide to sacrifice Valentin Carboni if they receive an offer worth 35 million. The Argentine teenager gained suitors for his exploits at Monza this season.

Inter are also hoping to cash in on Marko Arnautovic (5M) and receive a small sum for Joaquin Correa to avoid a capital loss.

The club’s other expandable commodities are Lucien Agoume, Ionut Radu, Zinho Vanheusden, Gaetano Oristanio and Sebastiano Esposito.

On the other hand, Martin Satriano, Francesco Pio Esposito, Mattia Zanotti and Filip Stankovic are not on the market. However, their fate could change in the face of a lucrative offer.