Inter are ready to bring in Parma goalkeeper Luigi Sepe on loan with an option to buy for next season.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportItalia, who report that the 30-year-old will only arrive if Andrei Radu leaves the club.

Radu was the second-choice goalkeeper at the Giuseppe Meazza last season, but it is thought that his departure in the summer is likely, with Real Sociedad among the clubs interested.

The 24-year-old hopes to find regular football after having largely remained unused at the Giuseppe Meazza last season due to the presence of first-choice option Samir Handanovic.

Whether an agreement can be reached for the player’s departure which both the Nerazzurri and the Romanian are happy with remains to be seen.

Should Radu depart, Sepe will arrive as his likely replacement, with the Parma goalkeeper reported to be the only player the Nerazzurri are currently working towards bringing in as Handanovic’s deputy for next season.