Inter could make a move for academy graduate Alfred Duncan in a bid to bolster their midfield department in the January transfer window according to a report in today’s print edition of Tuttosport.
Duncan progressed through the ranks at Inter before being sold to Sampdoria in 2014, who subsequently sold him to his current employers Sassuolo two years later.
Inter management have good relations with their Neroverdi counterparts as the deals for both Matteo Politano and Stefano Sensi in recent seasons go to show.
Duncan is however not the only player Inter are considering with them also taking a keen interest in Dejan Kulusevski, Sandro Tonali, Rodrigo de Paul and Gaetano Castrovilli.
It is particularly difficult to see Inter manage to land any of Kulusevski, Tonali or Castrovilli in the upcoming January window which is why Duncan has become an option for them.
The report goes on to state that Inter are taking a look at Matteo Darmian for the defence but a move for him all depends on how Valentino Lazaro does between now and the window opening.
Furthermore, the Turin newspaper report that Inter have a number of names that they are looking add to strengthen at striker with those being Olivier Giroud, Kevin Lasagna, Christian Kouame and Andrea Petagna.