Inter continue to look to reinforce the attack for next season, this time casting their eyes to Portugal and Porto’s Algerian winger Yacine Brahimi. France Football reports that Inter are keen on the 28 year old player who has an expiring contract in 2019.
They are not alone in this pursuit, however, with both Roma and Wolverhampton Wolves also following the player. Porto are not an easy club to negotiate with, and it is reported that they value the player between €25 and €30 million.
Capable of playing on either wing and as an attacking midfielder, the player is coming off a fantastic season with the Portuguese side. He made 49 appearances in all competitions, predominantly on the left wing, scoring 12 goals and providing 10 assists for his teammates.
A regular for the Algerian national team, Brahimi could be a useful option for Luciano Spalletti to take the goal scoring burden off Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic for next season.