Inter, Bento and Gudmundsson on pole. Pinamonti can replace Arnautovic. Correa out

The ‘Gazzetta dello Sport’ on newsstands today takes stock of the guidelines that will characterize the football transfer marketInter this summer. Between the posts the first choice is Bento, Brazilian goalkeeper for Athletico Paranaense valued at around twenty million euros. He will take the place of Audero, a goalkeeper who was on loan and will return (pending a new position) to Sampdoria.

To raise cash without selling valuable players, the idea is to sacrifice some young players including Carboni, Satriano, Zanotti, Stankovic and the two Espositos, without forgetting Dumfries if they do not accept the 4 million per season proposed for the renewal. In attack the number one objective remains Albert Gudmundsson of Genoa: valued at around 30 million euros, he is considered the perfect player to play in Simone Inzaghi’s attack.

In attack an idea leads to Andrea Pinamonti, Sassuolo’s center forward who the black-green club took from Inter two years ago for 20 million euros. The center forward born in ’99 now costs half the price and would replace him if he arrived Marko Arnautovic, player purchased last summer from Bologna for around 10 million. The Austrian footballer could land in Saudi Arabia and leave Pinetina. Speaking of exits: fresh from the loan to OM, Joaquin Correa will be put on the market again.