Inter could look to bring in Hellas Verona midfielder Antonin Barak this summer, though they face competition for his signature.

This according to Verona-based newspaper Corriere di Verona, who report in today’s print edition that the 26-year-old is also attracting interest from Inter’s Serie A rivals AC Milan and Napoli, and Premier League club West Ham United.

Barak spent last season on loan at Verona from Udinese, with the club acquiring him outright this summer due to an obligation to buy in the loan deal.

The Czech midfielder, who is currently preparing to face Denmark in the EURO 2020 quarter-finals tomorrow, impressed last season, scoring seven goals and making three assists across 34 Serie A appearances.

Verona are thought to be determined to keep Barak in Eusebio Di Francesco’s squad for next season, with the 26-year-old a player the club want to build around.

However, with several interest clubs looming, it remains to be seen whether the club can keep hold of the player in the summer, although the Nerazzurri are only one player who could look to bring the player and are not thought to be favourites for his signature at the moment.