Two names have emerged as Inter look to bring in fourth striker to play alongside their existing attacking options, with Napoli’s Andrea Petagna and Sassulo’s Gianluca Scamacca players that the club is interested in.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Italian duo could be the right stylistic fit to join the attacking rotation at the Giuseppe Meazza.

Inter already have three starting-quality attackers in the form of Romelu Lukaku, Lautaro Martinez, and Alexis Sanchez, but would like to add a fourth for next season.

It is reported that the profile sought is that of a big and physical centre-forward rather than a more quick and agile player such as Keita Balde, who has been linked with the club during the window.

To this end, the likes of Petagna and Scamacca have come up as targets.

Petagna is thought to want to remain at Napoli, but his situation with the Partenopei could change, in which case the Nerazzurri would be ready to move for the 26-year-old.

Scamacca, meanwhile, spent last season on loan with Genoa, and it is thought that an agreement would be feasible with Sassuolo, a club who the Nerazzurri have excellent relations with, and that if a loan with a purchase option could be agreed the Nerazzurri would be able to bring the 22-year-old in this summer.