Inter’s €60m net profit target doesn’t necessarily have to be met by the end of the current summer transfer window, and could instead be sought next January or even early in the year. next summer.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome’s Corriere dello Sport, which reports that the Nerazzurri may postpone a sale of big names until this point in case they are unable to strike a deal with the Paris Saint-Germain for Milan Skriniar.
A big-name sale has looked likely if not downright inevitable at Inter this summer, with a €60m net profit in the transfer market widely reported as their target, a figure that could hardly be achieved without a fee. significant transfer received from a high-level player.
Skriniar appears to be the player most likely to be on the way and the Nerazzurri have been in talks with PSG for a few weeks to try and secure a deal, but so far the Parisians have not come close enough to their asking price to to convince them. .
If PSG don’t make Inter a big enough offer to secure a deal with Skriniar, the Nerazzurri won’t necessarily be forced to strike a deal at a lower price or scramble to complete another big-name deal.
A few smaller sales could be enough to hold things together this summer, while the real deadline for the net profit target of 60 million euros would be the end of June 2023.
So while a big-name sale will be needed before that point, it could well materialize in January, or next June, rather than being forced by the end of the current transfer window.