Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi has emerged as a possible target for Inter to replace Achraf Hakimi, with the Moroccan looking set for a move to Paris Saint-German.
This is according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who claim that the 30-year-old has the right profile and could prove less costly than other options to replace Hakimi.
It is believed that with Hakimi on his way out, finding the right profile to replace him is seen as a crucial task at the Giuseppe Meazza, with many names linked already.
It is thought that PSV’s Denzel Dumfries, Lazio’s Manuel Lazzari, and Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin are among those most strongly targeted by the Nerazzurri.
However, it is possible that Inter could be priced out of a move for these players, and should this be the case the club could look to bring in a lower-cost option such as Florenzi or Chelsea’s Davide Zappacosta.
Florenzi returns to Roma from a loan spell with PSG last season, and it is thought that the player could depart from the Stadio Olimpico, allowing Inter to move for the Italian international.