Fiorentina are increasingly unlikely to move for Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi this summer, despite previously showing an interest in the Italian international.

According to Corriere Fiorentino, and as reported by, new Viola coach Vincenzo Italiano had been looking to bring in a new midfielder in the mould of Sensi, but has cooled his interest after assessing the squad available to him.

It is felt that Fiorentina have an ample number of midfielders and have already begun attempting to move some players on, with Alfred Duncan and Sofyan Amrabat attracting attention from Hellas Verona and Torino respectively.

Elsewhere, Szymon Zurkowski has been sent to Empoli on loan and the Viola are reluctant to add further midfielders to their squad as they actively seek to cut down their numbers.

Chile international Erick Pulgar has been identified as a capable playmaking midfielder and Fiorentina see little reason to spend on an alternative such as Sensi, allowing them to direct funds to other areas of the squad.