While Mauro Icardi and Radja Nainggolan have dominated the headlines about who could be leaving Inter this month, it seems that two other members of the first team squad are much closer to leaving than the two superstars.
Joao Mario and his agent are reported to be in advanced negotiations with Monaco, for a transfer to the Lique 1 side. Inter have set the price-tag at €25m for the midfielder, which Monaco are attempting to negotiate down.
Antonio Conte has told the Portugal international that he is not part of his plans for next season, and Inter are desperate to get his high salary off the wage bill.
Also, it looks like winger Yann Karamoh is heading to Parma.
Gianluca Di Marzio reports that talks between Inter and Karamoh’s agent Oscar Damiani went well on Tuesday and that a permanent transfer has been agreed, although Di Marzio notes Inter will retain 50 percent of a future resale.
Karamoh managed just one goal in 17 Serie A appearances for Inter and was spent last season on loan at Bordeaux, back in his native France.