With Samir Handanovic set to turn 34-years-old in the summer, Inter are beginning the process of finding a new goalkeeper who can replace the Slovenian in the long term. Andriy Lunin is the ‘keeper that the Nerazzurri have decided to focus on according to a report from La Repubblica.
The 19-year-old shot stopper is currently on the books of Ukrainian Premier League side Zorya Luhansk and has already played for the Ukraine national team.
He is regarded as one of the best up and coming goalkeepers in football but one of the drawbacks about him for Inter anyway is the fact he is a non-EU citizen and would therefore count against Inter’s non-EU quota for next season if they were to sign him.
Inter are not alone in courting Lunin who is valued at around €6 million and allegedly face competition from Premier League duo Liverpool and Arsenal for his signature.