Davy Klaassen and Juan Cuadrado will leave Inter Milan this summer, whilst the future of Denzel Dumfries is uncertain.

This according to Italian transfer market journalist Niccolo Ceccarini. He reported on the Nerazzurri’s plans for the summer transfer window on TuttoMercatoWeb.

This summer, Inter will certainly see some incoming and outgoing transfers.

And according to Ceccarini, there are a couple that are only a matter of time.

Neither of them are particularly surprising either.

Both wingback Juan Cuadrado and midfielder Davy Klaassen joined Inter last summer.

Former Chelsea and Juventus veteran Cuadrado came in as a low-cost free transfer on the right flank, with Matteo Darmian also needed in the defensive line.

Cuadrado signed on a free transfer after his contract with Juventus expired. The Colombian is on relatively low wages.

Meanwhile, Inter signed midfielder Klaassen from Ajax on the final day of the transfer window.

The Nerazzurri decided to target the former Everton midfielder to add depth to their midfield.

Klaassen & Cuadrado To Leave Inter – Dumfries Future Uncertain

Both of Cuadrado and Klaassen signed one-year contracts with Inter last summer.

The pair’s deals both run out at the end of June.

And Ceccarini confirms that there would be no chance of either staying at the Nerazzurri past the end this season.

Neither Cuadrado nor Klaassen have played more than a peripheral role for Inter this summer.

Therefore, Ceccarini anticipates, Inter will shift the duo on.

On the other hand, one player who could either stay or leave is wingback Dumfries.

As Ceccarini confirms, everything comes down to the Dutchman’s contract situation.

Should Dumfries sign an extension to his deal – which currently expires at the end of June 2025 – then he would stay for next season.

On the other hand, if Dumfries does not extend, then Inter will aim to sell the Dutchman.