Inter Might Be Done with Major Transfer Market Moves

After a flurry of early purchases, Inter might be set in such regard, as their financial limitations are hindering them on the transfer market. They are planning just one more addition, a center-back, unless either Milan Skriniar or Denzel Dumfries departs.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Nerazzurri are holding firm on their demands for their two stars. With Gleison Bremer no longer an option, they want €70/80M for the center-back. Instead, the price tag for the Dutchman is €40/50M. They’ll have to turn in a major profit, but they have until next June to do it. Therefore, they are in no mood for discounts, especially with deep-pocketed sides chasing after the duo.

Andrea Pinamonti will leave in a few days. He will transfer to whichever between Atalanta and Sassuolo meet his €20M valuation. However, that will not be enough to add to the transfer market budget and further bolster the Inter squad. The final piece will be a defender, either on a free transfer or on loan with no obligation to buy.

The Nerazzurri directors are slightly concerned with Robin Gosens. They will assess him throughout August. Though, they aren’t plotting a significant countermeasure. Some intermediaries offered Tottenham’s Sergio Reguilon, Eintracht Frankfurt’s Filip Kostic and RB Leipzig’s Angelino to them, but such propositions fell on deaf ears. Still, they might buy a lefty if they sold Dumfries. Destiny Udogie would be their top target in that event.

Our Take on the Inter Transfer Market

This seems like a foregone conclusion, but their management was clever to proceed early with the acquisitions to keep the fans quiet, although the two mishaps were loud due to the breadcrumbs they had scattered beforehand.

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