Inter Milan are looking to raise funds this summer by offloading some of their most promising youngsters, but aim to apply a particular formula.

As La Gazzetta dello Sport (via FcInterNews) explains, the Nerazzurri don’t intend to sell any star player this summer.

The management is hoping to maintain their core while seeking opportunities on the market.

On the contrary, Giuseppe Marotta and company will raise funds by selling young players.

However, the Italian champions wouldn’t want to relinquish control over these players’ futures.

That is why Inter will be looking to replicate the formula they adopted last summer when they sold Giovanni Fabbian To Bologna.

The Rossoblu bought the young midfielder from Inter in 2023, but the Beneamata have a buy-back option in 2025.

The Nerazzurri management will be looking to apply this formula this summer on any sale involving a promising youngster.

The source also names the starlets that the club is likely to sell, starting with Martin Satriano.

The young Uruguayan is enjoying a solid campaign at Brest and will be available for 12 million euros this summer. The pink newspaper names Stuttgart and Valencia as his most prominent suitors, while Genoa could also enter the fray.

Inter Milan Aiming To Sell Youngsters While Maintaining Buy-Back Option

Lucien Agoume is another young player who can bring in extra cash for the club. The French midfielder is currently on loan at Sevilla who have the right to buy him for 8M.

Young goalkeeper Filip Stankovic has been impressive this season at Sampdoria. His departure could yield 7 or 8 million.

His younger brother Aleksander could also be heading towards the exit door. The midfielder is the captain of Inter’s Primavera squad.

The source also mentions Mattia Zanotti as well as the Esposito brothers.

However, Valentin Carboni’s situation could be slightly more complicated. The Argentine’s value has reached 30 million euros.

Therefore, the source considers his valuation too high to place a buy-back option in the operation.

The attacking midfielder is enjoying a breakthrough campaign at Monza, but will return to Appiano Gentile in the summer.