Inter are interested in Eintracht Frankfurt winger Filip Kostic, but any movement for the player will come after the Nerazzurri have seen departures including that of Ivan Perisic and Achraf Hakimi.

This is according to journalist Enzo Bucchioni in a recent editorial where he claims that Inter would not be able to purchase the player for the time being.

Eintracht’s asking price for the 28-year-old is said to be higher than €20 million, so Inter would only be able to move for the player once they are financially able to do so.

The departure of Ivan Perisic is one condition for Kostic’s arrival, as the Croatian also plays on the left wing and Inter see Kostic as a replacement for him.

It is not only Perisic who must depart to make room for Kostic, however – the player’s valuation requires that Inter make a net transfer spend gain in the market before they can seriously consider negotiating with Eintracht for his sale.

This could come from selling Achraf Hakimi who Inter only want €80 million in cash for declining PSG’s Paredes plus cash offer, the report continues.

Bucchioni also mentions that Lazio striker Felipe Caicedo looks to be on his way to Inter, and notes that Inter remain interested in Cagliari midfielder Nahitan Nandez but that an agreement on price with the Sardian club is currently far away.