But before Inter can buy, they need to make a €30m profit in the transfer market by June 30 in order to comply with Financial Fair Play.
That can easily be accomplished by selling Ivan Perisic, but Spalletti wants to keep the winger, so the pressure is on Ausilio to raise the money by selling the likes of Andrea Ranocchia, Stevan Jovetic, Éver Banega, Jeison Murillo and Marcelo Brozovic.
Once that is accomplished, then Inter can start building the squad that Spalletti wants. Technical director Walter Sabatini is reported to be looking at reinforcements for central midfield, with Steven N’Zonzi, Corentin Tolisso and Radja Nainggolan on the radar.
Inter also need help defensively, and a meeting is scheduled next week for Nice left-back Dalbert, and a deal is very close. Antonio Rudiger is another defensive target, but he will cost €40m, so nothing will happen with that until next month.
As for attackers, Roger Martínez is expected to arrive on loan from Inter’s sister side Jiangsu Suning