Inter wants to put their failure to sign Romelu Lukaku behind them by securing deals for Edin Dzeko and Edinson Cavani, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Juventus have taken the Belgian away from the Nerazzurri by talking with Manchester United about an exchange deal involving Paulo Dybala.
In between these weeks, they have been troubled by critics of their supporters on social media, but they have received reassurance from both of their next two targets.
Dzeko rejected a new contract offer at Roma while Cavani responded positively to Inter's initial inquiry with his following.
Inter's recent € 15 million bid for Roma for Dzeko did not have the desired effect, as Giallorossi's sports director, Gianluca Petrachi, still supported € 20 million.
The Nerazzurri remain confident they can reach an agreement, however, which suggests they may plan to add more bonuses, though Edoardo Vergani will not return to the negotiating table.
Roma do not want to let Dzeko leave until they get a replacement, but in any case they are not too worried that the Bosnians will join Inter for free next summer.
Dzeko has a pact with Inter to sign sooner or later, but he could break that moral deal if an appeal comes from China.
Cavani gave Inter his availability to start talks in the meantime, but no official talks have begun with PSG yet.
The forward needs to fully convince himself that he wants to quit before his contract expires, instead of waiting to become a free agent and have complete control over his future.
Inter can't offer Cavani the same annual $ 10 million salary he gets today in Paris, which rises to € 12 million with bonuses, but they could offer a longer deal with salaries similar to what they promised Lukaku, or preferably € 9 million.
El Matador is likely to be offered a three-year contract in Milan, along with the possibility of relocating to China with Jiangsu Suning at a later date.