Inter could try and sign former Bayern Munich and Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic on a free transfer according to Italian media outlet Gazzetta dello Sport.
According to the report, the Croatian striker is a serious candidate for that back-up striker role to Romelu Lukaku that Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is looking to fill, to make coach Antonio Conte happy.
Mario Mandzukic recently terminated his contract with Qatar Stars League side Al-Duhail via mutual consent and would therefore be able to join the Nerazzurri on a free transfer, the report continues.
The fact that he would be able to join the Nerazzurri on a free transfer is a big part why Inter are seriously considering to signing him, the report concludes.
Mandzukic would be no stranger to the Serie A having spent 4.5 seasons with Juventus whom he joined in the summer of 2015 for a reported fee of €19 million.
During his almost 5 seasons in Turin he featured 162 times across all competitions for the club scoring 44 goals in the process.