Alessandro Florenzi’s name has come up as a possible replacement for Achraf Hakimi at Inter, with the player’s agent pushing his client in the direction of the San Siro.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Il Messaggero, who report that the 30-year-old’s agent, Alessandro Lucci, has offered his client to the Nerazzurri.

With Hakimi’s departure for Paris Saint-Germain imminent, the Nerazzurri have put finding a replacement for the Moroccan on the agenda, with several names linked including Chelsea’s Davide Zappacosta, Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin, and Udinese’s Nahuel Molina.

It is reported that Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has earmarked approximately €10 million towards finding a replacement.

Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi could be a viable target to take over the right flank from Hakimi, both in terms of his technical profile and the the likely budgetary strain of his signing, and it is thought that his agent is actively pushing the Nerazzurri to consider the 30-year-old.