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Inter could avoid selling big players in the summer after the great success in the Champions League

Inter could avoid selling big players in the summer transfer market after the great run in Europe, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport. The big revenue from the Champions League will affect the club’s moves in the summer, as the board was preparing for an exit in the group stage.

Rumors since the beginning of the season were suggesting that Inter Milan would have to sell at least one of its top players during the summer transfer market due to the poor financial situation at the club. However, there is a huge difference between this season and the previous two. Inzaghi’s team is having a great run in the Champions League. This revenue could give the club the much-needed financial stability to avoid selling one of its stars.

After the draw, Inter were not considered favorites to advance from a group with Bayern and Barcelona. Therefore, the board didn’t consider having the financial boost of playing in the Round of 16. Inter didn’t achieve just that, but even more.

After the great result in Portugal, Inter looks like a strong favorite to play in the Semi-finals. There the Nerazzurri would face Milan or Napoli, two familiar clubs that Inter has beaten this season. Therefore, Inzaghi’s team could even dream of playing in the final.

This strong European performance means that in the worst-case scenario, Inter would have to raise around €25-30 million in profit during the summer. This goal could be achieved by selling players, who are currently on loan or in the youth team.

There are also a few players from the first team that are not performing at the expected level. Joaquin Correa and Denzel Dumfries might leave the club if the right offer arrives. The Argentinian forward is followed by his ex-club Sevilla, where he can find more playing time. The Dutch international, on the other hand, has a lot of admirers in the Premier League.