Inter could face problems trying to sign Marcos Alonso from Chelsea in a standalone deal should the Spaniard not be included in a deal for Achraf Hakimi.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who explain that the €10 million valuation which the English club have offered for the wing-back is only available to the Nerazzurri as part of a Hakimi deal.

The Blues are thought to have offered the Nerazzurri €55 million in cash total plus Alonso as a response to PSG’s €65 million offer for the player, hoping that they can break into advanced negotiations between Inter and PSG.

The valuation of Alonso in their deal essentially proposes a €10 million sale of the Spaniard to Inter, which is taken away from the €65 million offered from Hakimi.

However, the Moroccan still looks set to join the Parisians barring any dramatic late developments, and so should Inter wish to sign Alonso they would likely have to try a separate approach for the player.

A left-sided player for Simone Inzaghi’s squad is thought to be a priority for the Nerazzurri in the market, with Ashley Young having already departed and Ivan Perisic another player linked with a move away.

Alonso is thought to be a top target for the club in that position, but it appears that should they not work out an agreement with Chelsea that would see the 30-year-old join the club as part of a deal to send Hakimi the other way, Inter will not be able to deal with the English club for him and will have to find another player in the position valued at €10-15 million to target.