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Inter Milan Have Decided On Which Player(s) To Sacrifice In The Summer Transfer Window

Written By Onyeka Daniel

The upcoming summer transfer window will definitely be a unique one for the recently crowned champions of Italy, Inter Milan as the club will not be forced into making one high profile sales during the transfer market, unlike the most recent ones where they’ve sold the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Andre Onana to help balance their books.

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But that doesn’t mean that no player will depart, but the club will look to offload player(s) that aren’t central to their project. This is because Simone Inzaghi has asked the club to keep the main part of the team, while also asking for reinforcements in other areas of the team that is lacking.

This is why the club is expected to keep the likes of Lautaro Martinez, Nicolo Barella, Alessandro Bastoni, Federico Dimarco and Hakan Calhanoglu and of course, the Inter captain was recently quoted as saying that he wants to renew with the club while the Italian duo of Bastoni and Barella have each expressed their wish to stay and sign a new deal too.


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This now leaves the club with players that can be sold or offloaded as the club will have to finance any new signing with the money gotten from the sales of players. One player who can really generate plenty of transfer fee is Marcus Thuram and according to reports, PSG are interested in the player who just joined at the start of last season.

And of course, he has an €80m release clause written into his contract, and only the player has the power to decide if he wants to stay or leave. Now, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Denzel Dumfries wants to join Manchester United and won’t listen to offers from mid-table Premier League clubs, while the Nerazzurri are ready to sell Valentin Carboni for €30m and Marko Arnautovic for just €5m to fund their transfer plans.

Inter have already reinforced the team with the signings of Mehdi Taremi and Piotr Zielinski, but Beppe Marotta is also working on sales and the Serie A champions are ready to part company with five players already according to the report. Arnautovic has failed to impress this season and according to Gazzetta, a €5m offer would be enough to sign the Austria international in the summer.

At the same time, the price tag for Dumfries would be €25m-€30m. The Dutch defender’s contract runs out in June 2025 and he hasn’t yet reached an agreement to extend his stay at the club. According to the report, several Premier League clubs are interested in the 28-year-old, but Dumfries doesn’t want to join a mid-table team and hopes to sign for Manchester United, should he ultimately leave Inter in the summer.

Gazzetta claims that the Netherlands international will have more chances to move to Old Trafford if his compatriot Erik ten Hag remains in charge. The Dutch full back Is not pushing to leave the Nerazzurri and talks are ongoing regarding a new deal.Lastly, Inter have reportedly decided to sell Carboni in the summer to boost their transfer budget.

The Nerazzurri will have to balance income and expenditures budget, so the promising midfielder/striker can leave for €30m after a one-season loan at Monza and his recent senior debut with Argentina. Fiorentina had offered €20m for Carboni in the January transfer window.

But West Ham were also linked with the 22-year-old. There’s also the possibility of using him in the club’s move for some of transfer targets (Joshua Zirkzee and Albert Gudmundsson) in a player plus cash offer, with the Genoa player seeming to be a more likely option than the former Bayern Munich striker.

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Liverpool, Villarreal, Inter Milan and Real Betis are all keen to sign Las Palmas attacking midfielder Alberto Moleiro, according to Spanish outlet AS. The report anticipates that the Spaniard could be sold for €25-30 million despite a €60 million release clause. This season has been an eye-catching one for young Las Palmas midfielder Moleiro.

The 20-year-old has become more and more of a creative spark for the club from the Canary Islands.Moleiro has scored two goals and made three assists from just over 1500 minutes in La Liga. This has helped Las Palmas to stay in the top flight with what looks to be a mid-table finish. However, the Spanish club may not be able to keep hold of Moleiro for another season.

AS report that the transfer interest in the Spaniard is starting to build. A number of bigger clubs both within Spain and around Europe have taken notice of Moleiro’s form in La Liga. He was reported to be close to joining Barcelona in the last summer transfer window. Moreover, the report notes that Moleiro is also likely to be in the Spain squad for the upcoming summer Olympics.

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That will represent yet another opportunity for the 20-year-old to put himself on the radar of big clubs. According to AS, there are two big clubs in Europe who would consider Moleiro a target already. According to the report, Inter have shown an interest in the 20-year-old.

Also, Liverpool are keen to bring Moleiro to the Premier League, even if their priority remains Teun Koopmeiners. Then, there are a couple of teams in La Liga who want to sign the Spaniard. These are Villarreal and Real Betis.

However, both Villarreal and Betis would have to make sales before they would be able to afford a move for Moleiro. The 20-year-old has a release clause worth €60 million in his contract with Las Palmas. However, the Spanish side would likely listen to offers of around half that amount and should a transfer tussle ensue, his price tag could also increase.

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