Inter CEO Beppe Marotta said that the club is still trying to sign Romelu Lukaku, Paulo Dybala, and Gleison Bremer and that Milan Skriniar and Lautaro Martinez could be sold.
The Nerazzurri have been linked to Lukaku and Dybala for a long time, and both are expected to move to San Siro with their skills. 90min has heard that the first player has agreed to go back on loan to Inter this summer. Chelsea has agreed to pay a portion of the player’s salary, and the forward has agreed to take a small pay cut from what he made at Stamford Bridge last season.
Even though Premier League clubs are interested, the club is a strong favorite to sign Dybala. Bremer, on the other hand, seems less likely because it seems like every club in Europe wants the center back after he had a great season at Torino.
Marotta gave updates on all three to Radio Anch’Io. First, he talked about Lukaku and Dybala, saying, “There are some difficulties, and we need to figure out if there’s a chance to make it.” We won’t say anything about Lukaku’s return today.
“Lukaku and Dybala are our main goals, but we have to think about money. We’re talking to these two players, and if we can sign them, we’ll be happy. If not, we’ll think about other goals. It doesn’t matter about any one player. What matters is the team as a whole, and this one is already strong.
Marotta then talked about a move for Bremer as a possible replacement for Milan Skriniar, whose move to Paris Saint-Germain has been talked about a lot.
“It’s harder to replace a striker than a defender because good strikers are hard to find and cost a lot,” he said. “We’ll probably have to do something in defense, but Ausilo, Baccin, and I are already thinking of good options in case one of our defenders leaves.
“Gleison Bremer is a great defender who could help many of the best teams. We are definitely interested in him.”
Inter wants to bring in some big players this summer, but Marotta said they don’t want to lose star players like Lautaro Martinez.
“We have a goal,” he said. “We want to make a capital gain from transfers and cut the wage bill.” “We want to keep a strong team because that’s how this club has always been. We think Lautaro is very important to achieving these goals.”
And finally, the Inter CEO confirmed that the club has already made two signings that will be announced soon: “He will have new signings, but I don’t know who they will be. In the next few days, both [Henrikh] Mkhitaryan and [Andre] Onana will be official.