Inter could get €180m from a possible double sale of their Argentine stars Lautaro Martinez and Mauro Icardi.
Barcelona have been linked with Lautaro in recent months and are allegedly not giving up on a potential deal for the 22-year-old.
But Lautaro has a buy-out clause of €111m in his current deal at San Siro and reports in both Italy and Spain have claimed the Blaugrana have tried to include players in an effort to reach the required value set by his contract.
The €111m release clause must be triggered this summer and adding that loanee Icardi will return from his stint at Paris Saint-Germain, the Nerazzurri could potentially make well over €180m if both players end up elsewhere.
Tuttosport highlights that Icardi will add between €70m to €85m on the total amount and depending on where he ends up, having been linked with a host of clubs, including league leaders and title rivals Juventus.
The newspaper claims Conte would like to keep Martinez at the Giuseppe Meazza, but if he decides to move to Barcelona, the money could be spent wisely and used to add more depth to the current crop.