Inter could be willing to include goalkeeper Andrei Radu in a deal to bring Udinese shot stopper Juan Musso to the club this summer.
As reported by Calciomercato.com, the Nerazzurri are determined to sign a new long-term first choice goalkeeper to replace 36-year-old Samir Handanovic, and have identified Musso as their preferred target.
The Argentina international has drawn interest from Roma however, leading Inter to consider offering Udinese Radu as part of a deal to sign Musso in order to hold off competition from the Giallorossi.
Whilst senior management at the Nerazzurri consider Radu as a valuable asset to the club, he has rarely featured under coach Antonio Conte and played his first league game for Inter in almost five years earlier this month, but only after the Scudetto was won.
With limited funds available this summer, it has prompted the club to consider allowing Radu to depart in order to bring Musso in.
Handanovic is set to remain as first choice next season but Inter hope to have a suitable replacement in to challenge him and ultimately take over from 2022.
Should a deal for Musso fail to materialise, the Nerazzurri will turn their attention instead to Hellas Verona’s Marco Silvestri.