Inter are considering Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi as a possible replacement for Achraf Hakimi, with the Moroccan’s departure imminent.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Il Messaggero, who report that Florenzi’s name can definitively be added to the list of players under consideration for the right-sided role in Simone Inzaghi’s squad.

Hakimi’s departure for Paris Saint-Germain is expected to be confirmed soon, with the Nerazzurri selling the player in order to raise funds to help meet financial objectives in the summer, and the club will look to bring in a replacement.

The search has been for a player with a profile that will allow them to take over on the right side of the pitch in the Moroccan’s absence, but who can be acquired without a large financial outlay.

Florenzi returns to Roma from his loan with PSG, but could immediately depart from the Giallorossi, with Inter tracking the player to take over from Hakimi.

The 30-year-old could even arrive in conjunction with Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin, another player reported in recent days to be a target for Hakimi’s replacement.