Serie A fallen giants have made big summer plans as the club management has already outlined several transfer targets which include AS Roma defender Antonio Rudiger and Wolfsburg midfielder Luiz Gustavo among others.
Nerazzurri first need to comply with the Financial Fair Play demands in excess of €30 million by 30 June before they can go ahead with boosting their squad and it is reported that Manchester United target Ivan Perisic could end up being sacrificed for the greater good.
In the meantime, the club’s sports sector is busy working on transfer moves and Corriere dello Sport has revealed that Inter Milan has already agreed on a fee believed to be in the region of €30 million for AS Roma defender Antonio Rudiger.
Giallorossi are holding out for €35 million, but it is believed that a compromise is in place.
In addition, Inter Milan are pushing for a deal for Wolfsburg midfielder Luiz Gustavo, whose contract expires in June and who would be considered a proper coup having in mind that he would arrive in Milan on a free transfer.
Inter Milan are also believed to be eying Fiorentina key player Federico Bernardeschi, but Fiorentina’s asking price of €50 is much more than what Inter are willing to pay.
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