Inter Milan could reportedly offload young attacking midfielder Valentin Carboni in order to balance the books.

The 19-year-old is one of the promising youngsters on the club’s books.

He spent the current campaign on loan at Monza where he has managed to cement himself as one of the best breakout stars in Serie A.

The teenager has contributed with 2 goals and four assists in 30 appearances in Italy’s top flight.

Carboni will rejoin Inter at the end of the season, but his future at the club remains uncertain, explains Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInter1908.

As the Roman newspaper reveals, the Nerazzurri will be looking to break even on the market this summer.

The club had already adopted this policy while Suning were still in charge, and it has been confirmed following Oaktree’s takeover.

The American investment company assumed control over the club as Suning failed to repay their debt by Monday’s deadline.

Inter Milan Could Be Looking To Sell Valentin Carboni To Raise Funds On The Market

Therefore, the management will only be able to generate transfer funds by selling players.

However, Inter aren’t looking to offload any of their top stars. They prefer to maintain their core and raise cash by selling some of their youngsters.

The most prominent name on the list is Carboni who has already made himself a name in Serie A.

The attacking midfielder also made his senior international debut with Argentina last March. His market value has reportedly reached 30 million euros.