Inter could help meet their financial targets for the summer with the sales of players currently on loan.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, which names Stefano Sensi and Sebastiano Esposito among the players the Nerazzurri could capitalize on.
Striker Andrea Pinamonti looks to be one of the main names who could bring in a big transfer fee for Inter, but he’s far from the only one.
Sensi will return from his loan spell with Sampdoria, where he has regained consistency and playing time, and could be reinstated following the departures of Arturo Vidal and Matias Vecino.
However, should a €15m bid arrive for the 26-year-old, the Nerazzurri are likely to accept.
Meanwhile, Basel could make Esposito’s loan move permanent which would net €8m into the Nerazzurri’s coffers.
Dalbert looks unlikely to make his loan spell at Cagliari permanent after the Sardinians sacked coach Walter Mazzarri and could be relegated to Serie B, while Valentino Lazaro is set to return from his loan spell with Benfica.
Dalbert’s current deal expires at the end of June 2023 and Lazaro’s at the end of June 2024, and the Nerazzurri aim to sell both on permanent sales.
Lucien Agoume and Martin Satriano are two young players whose futures are uncertain after their impressive loan spells with Brest in Ligue 1, but for a big enough offer Inter could be ready to cash in.