Inter will look to make at least three additions in the upcoming January transfer window according to a report in today’s print edition of Tuttosport.
Initially it had seemed like Inter may have went out and got themselves a new right wing back due to Valentino Lazaro’s struggles but with the Austrian doing well in recent appearances, the club are now thinking about the opposite wing back, due to Kwadwo Asamoah’s recent struggles with injury. Emerson Palmieri, Marcos Alonso and Filip Kostic are all possibilities that Inter could go after.
Inter also want to bolster their midfield department and the first choice would ultimately be Arturo Vidal but unless Barcelona open up to the idea of a loan, then Inter will be forced to look elsewhere. Rodrigo de Paul is an alternative but only if the right transfer formula can be found. Sassuolo’s Alfred Duncan could also be an option.
The final position Inter wish to strengthen in is at striker. Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud is an idea and would not require much time to bed in given he’s worked with Antonio Conte previously but he is not long-term. SPAL’s Andrea Petagna, Udinese’s Kevin Lasagna and Genoa’s Christian Kouame are three others that Inter could make a move for.