Inter could attempt to bring in at least two more players on top of top transfer target Arturo Vidal according to a report from Milanese newspaper Corriere della Sera.
Inter manager Antonio Conte wants a left back and new striker signed as well as the Chilean international, who Inter are already in talks with Barcelona over.
Marcos Alonso is Conte’s number one priority for left back. The 29-year-old Spaniard has fallen out of favour at Premier League side Chelsea this season and therefore could seek a move away in January.
Any move for Alonso will not come cheap for Inter though with other reports in the media suggesting the blues want as much as €40 million for him.
As for striker, Napoli’s Fernando Llorente and Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud are both being considered by the Nerazzurri. Conte wants a striker brought in who is capable of playing as back-up to club record signing Romelu Lukaku.
The report goes on to explain that Inter are targeting Sandro Tonali and Christian Eriksen for the Summer transfer window. Tonali is valued at €40 million by Brescia whilst Eriksen could be brought in on a free transfer.