Inter have a plan to lower Udinese’s asking price for Juan Musso, according to a report in the Italian media today.
FcInterNews.it confirmed the Nerazzurri were seeking a goalkeeper who could act as back-up for Samir Handanovic next season, before eventually taking over as his successor.
Musso remains Inter’s preferred choice, but they will need to find a way to satisfy Udinese’s €25 million price tag for the 26-year-old.
Inter could offer Andrei Radu as part of the deal for Musso, with the Friulian side known to be admirers of the Romanian.
Radu has not played since returning to Inter from Genoa last summer and would have even less opportunity to do so if Inter signed a new second-choice goalkeeper.
Hellas Verona are also keen on Radu as they seek a replacement for Marco Silvestri, and this could lead to a straight swap deal between the Gialloblu and Inter.
Both goalkeepers are valued at around €10 million, meaning Inter would not have to spend a single euro to secure their new shot-stopper.