Inter will meet with Fiorentina to discuss many market objectives, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Florence based newspaper Corriere Fiorentino.

The report details how both clubs are interested in signing Hellas Verona defender Marash Kumbulla, with the Nerazzurri currently in the lead in the race to sign the Albanian teenager. Fiorentina are also interested in signing Roma captain Alessandro Florenzi, who is currently out on loan with Spanish side Valencia.

This means that the Florence based club aren’t planning to permanently sign Inter owned full back Dalbert, the report continues, as the player hasn’t fully convinced in the Tuscan capital.

Italian full back Cristiano Biraghi will also be discussed, as the Nerazzurri aren’t too keen to make his stay in Milan permanent, especially with coach Antonio Conte looking for stronger options in that department. Inter are also interested in two of Fiorentina’s stars, Federico Chiesa and Gaetano Castrovilli.