Inter could hold off making a move for Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso until the Summer of 2021 according to a report from Italian news outlet

The Nerazzurri club continue to have confidence in current number one goalkeeper Samir Handanovic and are ready to give him a contract extension and currently intend to utilise Ionut Andrei Radu as his back up next season.

Inter have shown a keen interest in signing Musso to be Handanovic’s heir but Inter currently deem Udinese’s €30 million demands for the Argentine to be too much.

The report claims that unless Udinese drop their demands or do not agree to counterparts being included then Inter could postpone making a move for Musso, who has been one of the best goalkeepers in Serie A since arriving in Italy.

Inter are not alone in having shown an interest in signing the 25-year-old with city rivals AC Milan also said to have developed an interest in him in case Gianluigi Donnarumma departs.