New Inter boss Simone Inzaghi is willing to be patient in relation to Inter’s transfer dealings if it means he can get two quality players for the two wings, according to a report in the Italian print media today.

As has been reported by Corriere dello Sport today, the ex-Lazio manager is valuing quality over speed when it comes to replacing Achraf Hakimi on the right-wing and improving his options on the left-wing.

The right-wing is where the majority of the transfer discussions are happening because the club must replace Achraf Hakimi who moved to Paris Saint Germain last week for an upfront fee of €65 million.

On the left-hand side, the situation is slightly different. Players such as Ivan Perisic and Federico Dimarco can occupy that role but the club would like someone of higher quality there. Marcos Alonso from Chelsea seems to be the primary target there.

On the right, Hans Hateboer, Hector Bellerin, and Denzel Dumfries are the names in circulation.