Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has identified Fiorentina’s Bartolmiej Dragowski as his preferred replacement for Samir Handanovic and could look to send Stefano Sensi to Fiorentina to bring him in.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who claim that the Nerazzurri are working on a potential exchange with the aim of reducing the amount of cash involved in a potential deal.

Bringing in a second-choice goalkeeper is thought to be on the Nerazzurri’s agenda for the summer, with talks ongoing for an exit of Andrei Radu to Real Sociedad.

Apart from replacing the Romanian, Marotta also has a view to whoever is to deputize for Handanovic next season taking over from the Slovenian soon after.

Dragowski is thought to be seen as the right profile to be a reliable backup option who can assume the starting role in the near future, and the right age to continue on with the club for some time after.

It is thought that, with the Nerazzurri needing to raise cash and lower the wage bill, Sensi could be offered to La Viola in exchange deal in lieu of a cash offer, with the 25-year-old midfielder thought to be a target of the Tuscan club.