Not only Skriniar: which players could leave Inter this week

Inter defender Milan Skriniar is expected to complete his move to PSG by the end of the week, but other players will follow the Slovakia international out of the club in the coming days.

Inter must sell at least one of their stars to balance the books and June 30 is a key date, being the last day of the financial year. The Nerazzurri are expected to complete a big sale by the end of the month, with Skriniar being the leading candidate to leave the club for a hefty fee.

The Serie A giants seem to have lowered their asking price to €70m but are unwilling to include any player to reduce their demands further. Therefore, they have reportedly rejected the last offer from PSG: €60m plus Julian Draxler.

There will be a new virtual meeting between club directors in the next few days when Inter and PSG are expected to shake hands on the player’s transfer fee.

Skriniar won’t be the only player leaving the club soon. Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal, the highest earners at the club, have a contract until 2023, but Inter can terminate their contracts one year earlier by paying €4m each. According to Calciomercato.com, the Nerazzurri will soon meet the players’ agent Fernando Felicevich to discuss their departure and how much it’d cost the club.

Sebastiano Esposito will sign his contract with Anderlecht today, completing an initial loan move with an option to buy for €10m and a buy-back clause for Inter for circa €11.m.

More players will leave from July 1. Lorenzo Pirola and Stefano Sensi are in talks with Monza, who are also interested in Andrea Pinamonti. The Italy international is valued at €20m and is also monitored by Atalanta and Fiorentina.

Likewise, Lucien Agoumé and Ionut Radu are close to Cremonese while the Nerazzurri will listen to offers for Dalbert and Valentino Lazaro, who have returned from their loans but are not part of Simone Inzaghi’s plans.

 

7 Comments on “Not only Skriniar: which players could leave Inter this week”

  1. Hahahahaha sounds like a team that’s just been relegated. Funny thing is it happens every season to these idiots. Sell 1 or 2 big players then beg teams to sell at Black Friday prices when it comes to buying players themselves.

  2. There is absolutely no chance that Anderlecht will pay 10 mil for one player. Sounds like another shade accounting deal like back in the day with Vanheisden and Standard de Liege. A buy-back option for 1 mil more, does it get any fishier than this? But sure, let’s drag Juve through the courts for their transfers. LOL

  3. funny thing that you JUVE FAN talk about that while you are targeting either old players or free agents

  4. Hahahahah, LOL, all Juve fans can say in Inter articles. How old are you really?

    @Zambrotta: Maybe Pjanic and Arthur exchange rings a bell, he?
    And you might well need to wait until deals get done before crying, he?

    And this seem to be relegated team doing much batter than you, he?

  5. Yes @Mohamed we spent 80 million not long ago on Dusan. Could’ve probably bought your club for a little bit more than that.

  6. Cool trash-talk, kids. Fact is all clubs do business. Some successful, some flops.
    Curious to see the results when the ball start rolling again. Then we’ll really talk 😉

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