A report from today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Corriere della Sera has highlighted Inter’s transfer priorities once they finalise the deal for Real Madrid right back Achraf Hakimi.
The report details how Hakimi is only the first step in the Nerazzurri’s plans to strengthen their squad this summer, and other deals are already being prepared. The first is Brescia starlet Sandro Tonali, whom the Nerazzurri hope to sign in a deal worth around €30-35 million. Other priorities include signing two other midfielders, to help with the club’s limited options in the department, with Barcelona’s Arturo Vidal remaining a favourite of coach Antonio Conte.
A new forward will also be signed, the report continues, even if both Lautaro Martinez and Alexis Sanchez remain next season. Inter have been happy with the work of the Lecce born coach and now are happy to make investments in order to fight for titles.