Mauro Icardi has admitted he could leave Inter in the next transfer window - but only if it is in the best interests of the club.
Icardi has been linked with a move away from the Nerazzurri in the past, while UEFA's financial fair play rules could see Inter forced to cash in on their prized asset.
The Argentina striker - who has scored 28 league goals - has confirmed he will discuss his future with Inter at the end of the season.
"I repeat every year, I will speak to the club," Icardi told Sky Sport Italia.
"If it's good for the team that I stay, then I'll stay, otherwise I will leave. I always do what is best for the club and the team. When the season ends, we'll talk to the club and see what is best for them."
A free-kick from Matteo Politano and Domenico Berardi's wonder strike sealed Sassuolo a league double over Inter, who pulled a goal back through Rafinha but still suffered a disappointing defeat on home turf.
Icardi praised the performance of visiting goalkeeper Andrea Consigli, leaving Inter - who travel to Lazio next weekend - likely to finish in fifth place in the final table.
"We are very disappointed, we could not take the three points we expected," he added.
"Sassuolo played a great game; their goalkeeper [played] the game of his career. If the ball does not want to go in, there's not much you can do, but we tried anyway."