Inter could look to bring in Sassuolo’s Giacomo Raspadori this summer if they are able to move on attackers already in the squad.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who claim that the 21-year-old could arrive should either Lautaro Martinez, or any of Alexis Sanchez, Andrea Pinamonti, and Eddie Salcedo be sold.

Raspadori has been linked to the Nerazzurri as a possible replacement for Lautaro Martinez should the Argentine leave, and it is thought that this is still a serious consideration for the club.

For the moment the 23-year-old appears set to stay at the Giuseppe Meazza for at least the next season, though if that should change Raspadori is lined up to take over from him.

On the other hand, the likes of Andrea Pinamonti, Alexis Sanchez, and Eddie Salcedo (the latter returning from a loan with Hellas Verona) are thought to be attackers who the Nerazzurri would listen to offers for.

Should the club be able to raise funds and free up space on the wage bill through the sale of these attackers, they could look to move for the Sassuolo striker.

Raspadori could arrive at the club on loan initially with an obligation to buy, in a deal similar to those which saw Matteo Politano and Stefano Sensi make their moves to Inter from the Neroverdi.