Inter Have a Rather Simple Strategy for Summer Window

Inter plot to collect a sizeable sum from multiple sales, and, if everything goes according to plan, they’ll have something to spend after replacing their outbound regulars. The Nerazzurri could bring in as much as €100M from four rumored departures, Alfredo Pedullà informs.

Manchester United-linked André Onana has a €60M valuation, and they are unlikely to settle for less. Marcelo Brozovic will transfer for around €20M whether he goes to Al-Nassr or Barcelona. Robin Gosens has a €15/18M price tag. Union Berlin’s pursuit has lost steam, as their bid was inferior. Wolfsburg and Bournemouth are after him now.

Inter have four targets in mind to replenish their squad following the exits. Anatoliy Trubin has become the frontrunner to man the sticks, and he’d cost €12/15M. They intend to shell out €28/30M plus a youngster for Davide Frattesi.

Monza’s Carlos Augusto is the heir apparent on the left wing, and they’ll tender around €15M. Monza should be open to taking a player in return. Finally, they’ll have ammo to sign Romelu Lukaku permanently, either through several installments or on an initial loan with a €30M obligation to buy.

Our Take on Inter

It wouldn’t hurt if the Nerazzurri were a little less vocal with the press, as their ideas all too often go pear-shaped. However, the good news is that they don’t need to generate profits thanks to their unexpectedly large Champions League prize money, unlike in the past. The sales could take time, which could cost them some players, but they’ll be able to bounce back nicely if the windfall is as wealthy as they hope.

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