Udinese have placed a €20 million valuation on Argentine right-back Nahuel Molina, with Inter reportedly considering the player as a potential replacement for Achraf Hakimi.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportItalia, who reported today that the Friuli-based club have made their transfer stance known with the Nerazzurri considering an approach.

Hakimi looks set to depart for Paris Saint-Germain in the next day or two, and Inter will set the task of bringing in a player with the right profile to replace the Moroccan’s contributions.

Molina is a player who has emerged as a target, with the 23-year-old impressing in his first season in Serie A and showing characteristics that have put him in view of the Nerazzurri.

However, Udinese have not looked to be considering the player’s sale up to this point, meaning that Inter have had to look elsewhere.

With a concrete valuation now seemingly on the player the Nerazzurri can consider a move for his signature, though it remains to be seen whether the club are willing or able to come close enough to Udinese’s valuation to bring the player in.