The inclusion of Gianluca Caprari in their deal for the Sampdoria defender will allow Inter to make capital gains of around €10m as they value the winger at €15m.
Consequently, the Nerazzurri have made the decision of pushing back their signing for the Fiorentina midfielder, who will cost €6-7m, to next week.
In addition, Inter are working on the sales of Stevan Jovetic and Ever Banega to Sevilla.
The Milan club will accept €22m for the duo, €3m less than their original demands, but the Andalusians have only offered €18m.
An option for Banega could be to join his former coach Unai Emery at PSG for €14m, leaving Inter and Sevilla to agree to a face saving deal of €8m for Jovetic. Inter get the €22m they need, and Sevilla pays less than the €14m that was the buyout figure in Jovetic’s loan deal.