Inter could look to sign Udinese’s Jens Stryger Larsen as a replacement for the departed Achraf Hakimi, with the 30-year-old a budget option.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Danish wing0back would come more cheaply than other targets in the position, valued at around €5 million.

With Hakimi having left for Paris Saint-Germain, the Nerazzurri are accelerating their search for a right-sided player to replace the Moroccan, with a number of names having come up already.

The likes of Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin and PSV’s Denzel Dumfries are thought to be among the highest-priority targets in the search, but would not come cheaply.

Should a deal for one of the  primary targets prove impossible to be done, the Nerazzurri are considering other targets who would be more financially viable.

Stryger Larsen, whose performances in Serie A and during the Euros with the Danish national side have impressed, is seen as a potential signing who could replace Hakimi while arriving cheaply.

The Nerazzurri would face competition for the Dane’s signature, with Turkish giants Galatasaray in particular thought to be seriously considering a move for him.