Every Inter transfer summer 2023: Signings and sales

The 2023 summer transfer window has closed, so let's take a look at exactly which players joined or left Inter over the past couple of months.

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The 2022/23 season was a funny one for Inter. The Nerazzurri’s Serie A title dreams were dead before ever being involved in a title race, but Simone Inzaghi probably had his job saved by reaching the Champions League final and winning both the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana.

Those cup runs aside, though, Inter will be desperate to reign over Italy again in 2023/24 after two years without winning the scudetto, and they’ll need to find ways to bring players to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza this summer. The financial situation surrounding the club won’t make that easy, and it’s likely that players will have to leave before any are signed.

This article will be consistently updated throughout the 2023 summer transfer window to include every Inter signing and sale, so save this to your bookmarks and check in on all of the comings and goings from the Nerazzurri half of Milan.

Inter 2023 summer signings

Yann Sommer poses on his arrival at Inter. [@Inter]

While no new signings have been made yet, Kristjan Asllani’s loan from Empoli has now become permanent for a fee of €10 million.

Also on their way back to Inter are a number of players who spent the 2022/23 season out on loan elsewhere – Samuele Mulattieri, Stefano Sensi, Valentino Lazaro, Ionut Radu, Sebastiano Esposito and Lucien Agoume are examples of returning loanees.

On July 1, the first official day of the transfer window, Inter confirmed the signing of Borussia Monchengladbach forward Marcus Thuram. By July 6, the Nerazzurri had confirmed Davide Frattesi’s arrival from Sassuolo as well.

Yann Aurel Bisseck, a 22-year-old German centre-back, also joined the Nerazzurri on a permanent deal.

On July 19, though, Inter made a big signing in the form of Juan Cuadrado, joining the club on a free transfer. Having left Juventus at the end of his contract a couple of weeks earlier, the Colombian came in as a free agent, though not all Inter fans were pleased with his arrival.

Having lost Andre Onana and Samir Handanovic, Inter brought in Yann Sommer from Bayern Munich. Another goalkeeper then arrived in the shape of Emil Audero from Sampdoria. Needing a new left-back Carlos Augusto arrived from Monza just a few days before the pair face each other on the opening weekend.

Inter 2023 summer sales

Edin Dzeko smiles post-match. (@Inter_en)

As is Inter’s need, a number of players have moved on this summer and some of those knew before the season ended that they would have no future with the Biscione.

Edin Dzeko has left the club to join Fenerbahce on a free transfer, while Lorenzo Pirola (Salernitana) and Andrea Pinamonti (Sassuolo) have seen their loan deals become permanent transfers, as was the plan.

The first serious money was made when Marcelo Brozovic finally sealed a move to Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia for a reported fee of around €18 million. The next major departure saw Andre Onana move to Manchester United for €51m, with another €4m in add-ons potentially on the way.

Robin Gosens saw his poor spell at Inter come to an end as he moved to Union Berlin.

Every Inter summer 2023 transfer

Inter’s Romelu Lukaku celebrates. [@Inter_en]

Ins: Davy Klaassen, Benjamin Pavard, Alexis Sanchez, Marko Arnautovic, Carlos Augusto, Emil Audero, Yann Sommer, Juan Cuadrado, Yann Aurel Bisseck, Davide Frattesi, Marcus Thuram, Krtistjan Asllani (permanent deal), Francesco Acerbi (permanent deal), Raffaele Di Gennaro.

Outs: Robin Gosens, Joaquin Correa, Andre Onana, Marcelo Brozovic, Samuele Mulattieri, Andrea Pinamonti, Lorenzo Pirola, Edin Dzeko, Milan Skriniar, Roberto Gagliardini, Samir Handanovic, Alex Cordaz, Danilo D’Ambrosio, Dalbert, Valentino Lazaro, Niccolo Squizzato, Lorenzo Peschetola, Romelu Lukaku (end of loan), Raoul Bellanova (end of loan), Francesco Acerbi (end of loan).

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