Inter could find Lazio amenable to an agreement on a deal for striker Joaquin Correa due to the financial situation at the Biancocelesti.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that Lazio could need to quickly sell the Argentine in order to have the necessary liquidity to be eligible to make further signings.

Correa has emerged as a target for the Nerazzurri in attack, and could be signed soon after a deal for Edin Dzeko is complete, with the club not wanting to waste any time in replacing Romelu Lukaku.

The 26-year-old is valued at €35 million by his current club, and amount that could be negotiable, and he is reported to want a move to Inter to link up with manager Simone Inzaghi again.

Should the player make clear that the Nerazzurri are the only club he wants, the Biancocelesti could have their hand forced into negotiating for him, as they could need to make a sale of the Argentine this summer.

At the moment, the Biancocelesti would need to collect incoming transfer revenues from the sale of Correa or another player in order to fall within the parameters of the FIGC liquidity indicator, which would be necessary for them to formally register signings Elseid Hysaj and Felipe Anderson let alone to make any new signings.