We compiled this information from Transfermarkt.com.
Andrea Palazzi (end of loan at Pescara)
Gabriel Barbosa (end of loan at Santos)
Andrew Gravillon (from Pescara — will stay at Pescara until end of 2019 season)
Cedric Soares (loan from Southampton)
Samuele Longo (end of loan at Huesca)
Alessandro Mattioli (loan at Cuneo terminated)
Andrea Romanò (loan at Cuneo terminated)
Andrea Palazzi (to Monza on loan)
Gabriel Barbosa (to Flamenco on loan)
Gabriele Zappa (to Pescara — will stay at Inter until end of 2019 season)
Samuele Longo (to U.S. Cremonese on loan until end of 2019 season)
Alessandro Mattiolo (to Sudtirol on loan)
Andrea Romano (to Sudtirol on loan)
As you can see, it has been a relatively quiet transfer market for the Nerazzurri, which is not unexpected. Inter’s plans are likely to wait until the end of the season before making any big transfer movies or sales.
As new CEO Beppe Marotta gets settled in his new position and Inter continue to fight for a spot in the Champions League, the club seems content to let the market run out without any significant activity.
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