Borja Valero and Matias Vecino are reportedly set to leave Inter this summer to accommodate for Sandro Tonali and the return of Radja Nainggolan.
Cagliari won’t be able to keep the former Belgium international Nainggolan at the Sardegna Arena and the former Roma midfielder is set for a return to San Siro.
He has been linked with a move away, but Tuttosport claims coach Antonio Conte can pave the way for both Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali and the returning 32-year-old.
The report claims Joao Mario will be the most obvious departure this summer, with Sporting CP and Marseille fighting for the Portuguese midfielder’s signature.
But the newspaper insists that Borja Valero and Vecino could follow him out the door this summer.
The former Fiorentina duo will have different outcomes, as Borja Valero’s contract at the Giuseppe Meazza is set to expire and the 35-year-old will not get offered an extension.
Vecino, on the other hand, looked set to leave already in January, with Napoli, Milan and Everton following his situation.
Tuttosport claims that Valencia and Arsenal have joined the race for Vecino’s signature and Inter could sell the player for €20m to €25m this summer.