Inter have drawn strong links to Rodrigo de Paul and Dejan Kulusevski but with deals for both looking difficult to achieve in the January window, the Nerazzurri have identified some players who could be easier to acquire according to a report in today’s print edition of Corriere dello Sport.
Both de Paul and Kulusevski are believed to be valued at over €30 million by their respective clubs and neither of their clubs are keen to give them up in January either.
One player Inter have taken a look at is Parma’s Juraj Kucka. The 32-year-old Slovakian has charactersitics that Inter are looking for and also has experience of playing for a big club having previously represented AC Milan.
Brescia’s Romulo and Hellas Verona’s Sofyan Amrabat are two other players, who Inter believe will be easier and cheaper to acquire.
Conte is a big fan of Romulo and appreciates his tactical flexibility whilst there is a lot to like about Amrabat and the way he plays.