Inter could look to bring in midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu from AC Milan in the summer, with the player’s agent Gordon Stipcic having made contact with the Nerazzurri about the possibility of a deal.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Turkish midfielder could be brought in as a replacement for the stricken Christian Eriksen.

Before Eriksen’s health emergency on Saturday, the 29-year-old Dane was thought to be in the plans of new manager Simone Inzaghi, but with the player set to miss all or most of next season, the Nerazzurri must reassess.

While the club could look to rely on existing midfield options for next season to replace the Dane’s contributions, they have also been exploring many names as possible direct replacements.

Calhanoglu’s name may have joined that list, with the Turk’s agent Stipcic reported to have made an exploratory phone call to the Nerazzurri in addition to having visited the club’s headquarters.