Inter are interested in signing goalkeeper Bartolmiej Dragowski from Fiorentina for next season, but will only do so if Stefano Sensi goes the other way.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who claim that the 23-year-old is a major target in the club’s summer search for a backup to first-choice keeper Samir Handanovic.

Andrei Radu filled the role of backup keeper last season at the Giuseppe Meazza, but looks set to leave the club with Real Sociedad hoping to complete a move.

The Nerazzurri have been looking to find his replacement, with a view to bringing in a player who will not only be Handanovic’s deputy next season but also replace him in the long term with the Slovenian turning 37 next month.

Dragowski is thought to have a profile the club greatly admire, given both his performances in Serie A and his age, but it is reported to be very unlikely that the club complete his signing without a deal which sees midfielder Sensi leave for Fiorentina with the 25-year-old thought to be a target of La Viola.

For this reason it is thought that the Nerazzurri have turned their attention to the possibility of bringing in Parma’s Luigi Sepe on loan for next season, with Ajax’s Andre Onana also a player whose agent Alberto Botines the club made contact with during talks over Hector Bellerin yesterday.