INTER MILAN are reportedly set for a mass exodus with Diego Godin and Marcelo Brozovic the first out to make way for N'Golo Kante and Arturo Vidal.
Antonio Conte is expected to flog at least eight valuable assets to raise enough cash to spend on Inter's summer targets in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Inter chief Beppe Marotta and sporting director Piero Ausilio have been working overtime to revamp the squad to give Conte a title winning side, according to Gazzetta.
The Italian outfit is said to be in the market for big players who are coming to the end of their contracts rather than up and coming youngsters.
Vidal's Barcelona future appears on the rocks as he looks destined to leave this summer with the Spaniards plotting a major overhaul under new boss Ronald Koeman.
It is understood that Conte - who managed Vidal for three seasons during their time at Juventus - wants a Serie A reunion with the Chilean.
The Barca ace told Daniel Habif on his YouTube channel on Sunday: "Conte is a machine and tactically he is number one. He adapted me to his idea and had to change the system a bit . "
But Vidal hinted that he would prefer a switch to Italian top dogs Juventus and gushed over the club's new boss Andrea Pirlo.
He added: "I had four spectacular years at Juventus. It was an important step for my growth.
"He [Pirlo] was incredible when he played, imagine him as a coach.
"If he or Juventus call me, I’d be happy, but you have to be calm. If it happens, it happens. I have a lot of affection for Juventus and Andrea.”
Former Chelsea boss Conte is also keen to forge a reunion with Blues ace Kante, having prized him away from Premier League winning Leicester in 2016.
The Blues are asking for a sum around £50million for Kante and Real Madrid target Brozovic could be the first out the exit door to make way for the Frenchman, Italian reports say.
The Croatian is under contract with Inter until 2022 and it is understood he has a £53million release clause.
Other San Siro aces who could be flogged, include, Tottenham and Manchester United target Milan Skriniar.
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Bayern Munich loanee Ivan Perisic, Cagliaria loanee Radja Nainggolan and Fiorentina loanee Dalbert.
Veteran centre-back Godin has failed to impress during his debut San Siro season following a free transfer from Atletico Madrid last summer and could be on his way to Everton.
Inter midfielder Matis Vecino was linked to Old Trafford in January, and it is thought that Benfica have made an offer for Portugal ace Joao Mario.