Inter, no transfers of big names in the summer. Marotta’s plan is to raise cash with young people and redundancies

In recent transfer sessions, Inter were forced to self-finance the transfer market. Lukaku, Hakimi and Politano brought in almost 200 million after winning the scudetto, the sales of Onana and Brozoviz financed last summer’s signing campaign. Now, thanks to the increase in revenues and the millions guaranteed by participation in the new Champions League and the Club World Cup, Inter will not need to sell any big names. The idea of ​​the Nerazzurri club, he writes La Gazzetta dello Sport on newsstands this morning, is to raise around seventy million from some minor transfers to purchase a goalkeeper, a Dumfries assistant and a fourth striker.

Valentin Carboni in the showcase
The idea, writes the rosy woman, is to sacrifice a young man who many have had their eyes on: Valentin Carboni. The Argentinian born in 2005, fresh from his loan from Monza, is valued at around 30 million euros. Getting there doesn’t seem impossible, given that Fiorentina were willing to put 20 on the plate in January. Dumfries could guarantee a similar figure, even if a possible sale of the Dutchman would force Inter to find another starter on that flank.

Foreign sirens for Arnautovic and Correa
There is an exit Marko Arnautovic, a striker who has a heavy salary and for whom there is a risk of capital loss, given that he was paid around ten million last summer. The ideal would be to sell the Austrian in the Arab market in order to earn around 5 million euros. The other name coming out is that of Joaquin Correa, returning after the loan to Marseille. On Tucu there would be River Plate and Estudiantes.