As reported by the Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter still have to make roughly 40-50 million euros in capital gain from now until June 30th and “it is right to put every possibility on the table including sacrificing a big name player also because at that point, Inter would have more money to reinvest and to reinforce the current squad.”
This was the direct reference to Milan Skriniar. Yes, he has a contract until 2022 but the Slovakian is like a delicious juicy steak and no one (big European clubs) will be able to resist. Not to mention that Inter and the player’s agent have been in contract negotiation since last summer.
Anyway, a potential replacement could be Diego Godin who is also in a contract dispute with his club and he does not seem willing to renew. In short, the Uruguayan is a massive bargain for free. But right now, this is just an idea.