You do see the profit does not disappear but helping us to solve the problem elsewhere, right? For instance, we could keep other key players; we could afford renewing contracts; we could play hardball in negotiation (avoid a Hakimi bis) etc.
I just don't get why people insist of rejecting good offer is a good idea. Sure, let's keep Lautaro at all cost but at the same time let's raise his salary too. Inter bank account will have -100m less but no problem because it's not your money (?!?) Fuck Marotta for seeking free players but at the same time do not suggest where the funding should come from (?!?)
Don't get me wrong. I am not saying let's sell Lautaro as he is shit or something like that. If the offer is e.g. 60m, ok let's throw it out of the window and enjoy Lautaro. If that is doubled, well, I would not think twice even if we get a little bit weaker in the striking department, while improving other 3-4 gaps (CB, RWB) in the squad. I support Inter, not a specific player. Napoli would never have won the Scudetto if they would have kept Koulibaly or Fabian Ruiz, as they were still poor af.