Bringing in a new striker is a priority for Inter in the upcoming January transfer window according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset, which was broadcast a short time ago.

As per this report, Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta and sporting director Piero Ausilio will look to try and set-up a loan exchange for either Parma’s Gervinho or Udinese’s Kevin Lasagna by offering out of favour young striker Andrea Pinamonti in return.

The report goes on to explain that Marotta and Ausilio will attempt to do this unless Cagliari offer Leonardo Pavoletti to Inter as part of a deal to get Radja Nainggolan back at the club, following his loan spell with them last season.

Of the three strikers mentioned, Gervinho has scored the most goals this term with him having scored a total of four goals across all competitions to date. Lasgna and Pavoletti have meanwhile both only managed one goal each.