Inter are weighing up the possibility of bringing in a midfielder on an emergency loan move during the summer to replace the contributions of Christian Eriksen.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who claim that with the stricken midfielder’s future at Inter and in football in doubt, the club are weighing up their transfer options.

Firstly, it is thought that the stays of Uruguayan Matias Vecino and Italian Stefano Sensi are virtually confirmed by these circumstances, to ensure that a strong complement of midfield options are available to new manager Simone Inzaghi.

However, this may not be enough, especially with both of the aforementioned players having missed large parts of the last season through injury.

The problem for the Nerazzurri is that the gravity of the situation does not alter the club’s economic situation, which still require a profit of €70 million to be achieved in this summer’s transfer market.

The club are still working to sell at least one major squad member for a high fee while also addressing other priorities in the squad with incomings.

The situation with the stricken Dane creates one more problem for the Nerazzurri.

It is thought that the club could look to bring in a player on loan who can fill in for the Danish playmaker’s role in the team for the time being on loan.