Inter Plotting to Lean on Secondary Ways to Raise Funds

Inter will have to collect money before launching their assault on Albert Gudmundsson, whose price tag is rising by the day. The Nerazzurri aren’t planning to part ways with any of their current cornerstones or starters but maybe Denzel Dumfries, which would happen for contract-related reasons.

They have several players on loan from which they could profit, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs (via Mediaset). They don’t have pricey pieces other than Valentin Carboni but can go for quality over quantity. The first order of business will be to offload Joaquin Correa. Marseille are unlikely to qualify for the Champions League, which would trigger a €10M obligation to buy. He has a €8.5M gross salary. They hope he’ll go to Saudi Arabia.

Inter will attempt to concoct a favorable formula for Gudmundsson, but Genoa might receive more straightforward offers from abroard. Most of their ammo could come from a few youngsters. Sevilla have a €8M clause to redeem Lucien Agoumé, but he has played little due to injury.

Cagliari could keep Gaetano Pio Oristanio for €4M, which would be conceivable only if they avoided relegation. Standard Liege could retain Zinho Vanheusden for €7M. The two Esposito brothers are doing fine on loan, as are goalie Filip Stankovic at Sampdoria and Mattia Zanotti at St. Gallen.

Our Take on Inter and Gudmundsson

They’ll get there one way or the other if they truly zero in on him, but it risks being a matter of timing and competition.

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