The Corriere della Sera today tries to draw up a list of players on loan from Inter, whose sale will help to balance the financial account at the end of June 2019, the last time Inter need to make capital gains to get out of UEFA Settlement Agreement for good starting this July.
The first is Ionut Radu who is currently at Genoa. After July 1st, Inter can get him back for €12M but the club is convinced that they can flip him around for at least €20. Inter defense will be well covered with the arrival of Diego Godin and so Vanheusden (Standard Leige and Bastoni (Parma) will be put on the market again. There is also Gravillon which was bought back from Pescara for €6M: the future for him is not going to be at Inter.
Andrea Pinamonti is on a dry loan at Frosinone and is having a very nice year. Next season he could leave again to have another season on loan away from Inter. Another name to focus on is Karamoh: apart of excessive character, the French is doing well on the pitch, has a market and will leave as well. Two other names on the list are Carraro, at Perugia, and Emmers (Cremonese).
In Primavera, the names highlighted by Corsera are those of Andrea Adorante (suffered ACL injury at start of March, selling him won’t be easy), midfielder Thomas Schirò and 16-year-old Sebastiano Esposito, the striker that played 17 minutes in the return leg against Eintracht Frankfurt.
So the goal of Inter is until June 31st to make around €40M-€45M in capital gains.