Mercato – Inter Milan : Ces Nerazzurri qui pourrait suivre Achraf Hakimi cet été

Inter Milan will target 100 million euros in sales during this summer transfer window. While Achraf Hakimi must undergo a medical at Paris Saint-Germain in the coming hours, one wonders who are the next players to play for the club or on loan, and who could be sold by the Nerazzurri.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Hakimi will undergo his medical examination with Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday, and Inter Milan will receive 68 million euros, in addition to a 5 euros bonus for the Moroccan international full-back. But soon, Beneamata’s team is also expected to say goodbye to players such as Joao Mario, Radja Nainggolan, Valentino Lazaro and Dalbert Henrique.

The Nerazzurri have signed attacking midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu and goalkeeper Alex Cordaz, but the pink newspaper reports a €100m sales target Inter Milan are said to be aiming for. The idea is to reduce labor cost by 15% at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium. The big cuts have been known for a month now, and they’re wise.

Joao Mario is linked with a move to Benfica, and the midfielder has already been left out of the squad that ends up training in pre-season. Radja Nainggolan was also quoted as saying about leaving Inter Milan, who do not expect to earn a transfer fee but cut their exorbitant salaries. The Belgian has a contract until 2022 and earns 4.5 million euros per season.

Dalbert and Lazaro are two other players on loan, CSKA Moscow is interested in the Brazilian full-back who is returning from loan to Stade Rennes. Inter Milan wants to sell the former Fiorentina player for 6-7 million euros. Lazaro, could find himself in the Bundesliga, while returning from a loan to Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Andrea Pinamonti is another player who may leave the San Siro this summer, but his €2.2m salary does not encourage other Serie A teams to make a move.

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