Real Madrid’s Luka Jovic is among the list of names who could be brought in by the Nerazzurri on loan to fill out the attacking rotation for next season.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Serbian has been offered to Inter by his agent and could be brought in on a two-year loan closer to the end of the window.

The Nerazzurri are looking to strengthen in attack, with the arrival one more attacker in addition to the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Lautaro Martinez, and Alexis Sanchez hoped for.

Monaco’s Keita Balde has been linked to the club extensively during the window and could be a feasible operation, but is not the right profile that the club is after, while Lazio’s Felipe Caicedo is admired by the club and has worked head coach Simone Inzaghi but could prove tough to sign from Bianconeri preisdent Claudio Lotito.

Napoli’s Andrea Petagna and Sassuolo’s Gianluca Petagna are both also being tracked by the club, considered to be suitable for the role, though for the moment both look unlikely with the Napoli man happy at his current club while Scamacca could prove expensive.

Chelsea’s Michy Batshuayi is a striker who could be affordable given that he has only two year remaining on his current contract at Stamford Bridge where he is out of favour, while another Premier League Belgian, Liverpool’s Divock Origi, has also been proposed to the club by his agent, but the Nerazzurri are lukewarm on both.

For the moment, Jovic is a player who could be seen as a credible option by the Nerazzurri, with a two-year loan for the Real Madrid striker potentially the right formula to take advantage of Italy’s Growth Decree.