Inter are being forced to evaluate some cheaper options to replace Achraf Hakimi as their favoured targets seem too expensive, according to a report in the Italian print media today.
As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport today, the players that Inter were initially viewing as a replacement for the Moroccan wing-back are too expensive as things stand, so attentions are turning elsewhere.
The dream targets for Simone Inzaghi included the likes of Denzel Dumfries from PSV Eindhoven, Lazio’s Manuel Lazzari, Atalanta’s Hans Hateboer, and to a lesser extent Hector Bellerin.
Now though, the Nerazzurri are looking at players from Udinese to fill the void. Nahuel Molina looked like a credible option but he enjoyed a very impressive Copa America campaign with Argentina so Udinese could ask for above €20 million.
The other option there is Jens Stryger Larsen from Denmark. He is keen to leave the club and could be available for between €5-10 million.
Davide Zappacosta has become an unpopular but attainable option.