It's that time of the year. The season has finished, all European club competitions have ended and the only thing left to talk about is the upcoming transfer market. This summer there will be many sporting events - the Euros, the Copa America, the Olympics - so, luckily, we will hear less useless rumors and speculations about possible targets, players departures and Inter struggling to comply with the FFP. At least, this is what I hope.
While we wait for the Euros to begin, we will update you on the rumors regarding Inter and its players.
Ausilio will have to use all of his tricks, like he did last summer, to bring in some quality players without losing too many key pieces of the actual Inter squad. Last year Kovacic and Shaqiri were the one who had to be sold in order to comply with FFP and buy/get on loan useful players. This summer, according to Tuttosport, Murillo and Brozovic are the ones who could be sacrified for an adequate amount of money. According to the "extremely reliable" newspaper, the Colombian's price tag should be around €20m while Marcelo has already drawn the attention of a few European big clubs like Chelsea, Arsenal and Atletico Madrid and he has been valued €30m.
If both are be sold, Mancini will have to choose which players would be the most fitting to replace them. Banega and Vilhena have reportedly been signed already and could easily fill in the void left by Brozovic's possible departure, while Murillo's leaving will force Thoir to open his wallet and buy a new defender. Benatia has always been on Mancio's wishlist and this summer could finally be the time he joins the Nerazzurri. It won't be easy though, because even if he is almost certainly leaving Bayern, Inter isn't the only club interested in him and the fact they won't play in the Champions League next year could make Mehdi choose to go somewhere else for the same amount of money.