Inter have identified Parma goalkeeper Luigi Sepe as their top target to replace Andrei Radu as backup goalkeeper to Samir Handanovic should the Romanian depart.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Nerazzurri will look to bring in Sepe in the event that Radu leaves the club.

The goalkeeping situation at the Giuseppe Meazza is thought to be in flux this summer, with Samir Handanovic set to remain for at least one more season, but the question of who will be his deputy unclear.

Radu has been heavily linked with a move away, with Spanish club Real Sociedad reported to be strongly pursuing the Romanian.

Should the 24-year-old depart, Sepe is now the likeliest candidate to arrive in the backup role.

Meanwhile, the club are also considering options for a long-term replacement for Handanovic, with the Slovenian turning 37 this month.

Contacts have been accelerated regarding the possible arrival of Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana, with Fiorentina’s Bartolmiej Dragowski another target, who could be brought in as part of a player exchange involving Nerazzurri midfielder Stefano Sensi.