Inter Milan manager Lucianio Spalletti needs to raise £25m in player sales to help fund a new contract for winger Ivan Perisic, who has been linked with Manchester United and Arsenal.

  • Inter are willing to sell players to raise cash
  • However, the likes of Perisic and Icardi are not for sale
  • Arsenal could find a good deal during sale

Financial Fair Play (FFP) is having an effect on the business of Inter Milan. According to the Metro, the Serie A giants are required to raise £25m this summer or be fined by UEFA.

This fuelled reports of Croatian winger Ivan Perisic being sold to Manchester United for over £40m this summer. However, it seems Inter are intent on keeping one of their best players and want to offer him a new deal. In order to do so, the club need to allign their finances.

Inter are desperate to keep Perisic at the club and want to reward the talented winger with an improved £5m-a-year contract to keep him at the San Siro.

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