Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi could be a player who Inter look to sign to replace in order to replace the departed Achraf Hakimi.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 30-year-old could be an appealing target for the Nerazzurri due to circumstances which make him easily available.

With Hakimi’s departure for Paris Saint-Germain confirmed on Tuesday, bringing in a right-sided player who can replace the Moroccan is a priority at the Giuseppe Meazza, with numerous players linked as on being Inter’s list of potential candidates.

Florenzi is one name that has been come up, and there are factors which could make the player an “accessible option” for the Nerazzurri in the words of the Gazzetta.

The Italian, currently on international duty with Italy at the Euros, returns to the Italian capital after a season and a half away on loan with Valencia and PSG, and it is thought that the Giallorossi would be happy to sell him.

Moreover, the player’s contract expires at the end of June 2023, and with no indication that a renewal is forthcoming, the Giallorossi could sell him cheaply with respect to his contract situation.

The Nerazzurri are monitoring other targets in the position as well, but Florenzi could be preferred to them for the reasons outlined above.