Having acquired Diego Godin and Gabriel Brazao thanks to the help of Chievo, Inter are now beginning to think about the summer, starting with the possible redemptions of Matteo Politano, Keita Balde and Sime Vrsaljko: signing all three to a permanent contract would cost Inter around €71.5M.
Between the three, the Croatian defender has the lowest chance of all. The physical problems that the player had in the first part of the season are the main concern given that the investment is still a major one at €17.5M to Atletico Madrid. This second half of the season will be fundamental to convince the club and Luciano Spalletti.
Meanwhile, Ausilio and Marotta are searching the market to see what options are available in terms of fullbacks. Darmian is destined to join Juve and there is Elseid Hysaj. The player always started with Sarri at the helm of Napoli but since the Italian left for Chelsea, that’s no longer the case.
In the Albanian’s contract, there is a release clause of €50M but considering that the player does not fall into the plans of Ancelotti, there is no way that De Laurentiis would make that much in return. This could be an opportunity to open an important channel of communication with Suning. On the opposite side, Dalbert’s sale is possible so Inter are watching Emerson Palmieri who is currently at Chelsea. Biraghi is an alternative.