Inter still consider PSV’s Denzel Dumfries a major target to replace the departed Achraf Hakimi on the right, but they will have to hope that the 25-year-old’s current club will lower their financial demands in order to bring the player in this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are waiting for the Eredivisie club to change their stance before they can move for Dumfries.

Hakimi’s sale to Paris Saint-Germain has meant that the Nerazzurri have made the arrival of a right-sided player with the right profile to replace the Moroccan a priority in the summer transfer market, and Dumfries is admired by the club for the role.

However, at the moment his signing would be financially infeasible for Inter, and they will hope that PSV will reduce their demands, or agree to the Nerazzurri’s preferred formula for a deal, as the weeks pass.