Inter could look to sign Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaric, with the player’s contract at his current club set to expire next season.

This according to today’s print edition of German tabloid Bild, who report that the player is one of several important players at the Bundesliga club whose contract is currently set to expire in 2022.

It remains to seen how Hoffenheim will deal with the contract situation of the Croatian, with teammates Florian Grillitsch and Dennis Geiger also in similar positions at the club.

Should the club wish to cash in on the player, it will likely be this summer when they can still receive a fee rather than losing him for free.

Furthermore, it is thought that the player has a desire to play in Italy, which could lead to a move to Inter should he not agree a contract extension with his current club.

Inter could face competition for the 29-year-old, however, with city rivals AC Milan also interested in him along with Juventus and Roma.