The Nerazzurri chief reiterated that the club are working on a tight budget and revealed that following Barcelona's example and betting on young players may be the solutionInter president Massimo Moratti has declared that the club will not engage in a shopping spree this summer.
The Italian giants have so far kept a low profile in the transfer window, with Rodrigo Palacio the only player they have joined the club to date in the off-season.
Moratti has made no secret that Inter need to raise funds by selling some of their own players, and the Nerazzurri supremo has now said the players who come from the club's youth ranks will be given a chance.
"Our position in the transfer market will depend on how much we make by selling players," he told reporters.
"We will do everything we can in the market, taking into consideration the economical climate.
"I think Inter are doing very well, we are trying to build a squad of youngsters, who are enjoying great results, and not just buying big-name players.
"Just look at Barcelona, who have great players coming from their youth ranks.
"In any case, I can say that we will aim to win things next season."