Inter remain in the hunt for a second striker, and are considering how the arrival of each of their targets would affect the club stylistically on the pitch.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who describe how each of Joaquin Correa and Lorenzo Insigne would alter the team should they arrive.

Lazio’s Correa has worked with Nerazzurri head coach Simone Inzaghi for three season while together at the Biancocelesti, and he would have no trouble adapting having had his game moulded by the Italian for years.

The Argentine is well-suited to playing on the counterattack and a decent scoring outlet though the club would hope that he would get a goal return in the double digits, something he has never achieved in a league season in his career, and the Gazzetta suggest that he could form a good partnership with Lautaro Martinez with whom he plays together with Argentina.

Napoli’s Insigne, meanwhile, is also a target, and he would more significantly alter attacking plans for Inzaghi.

The Partenopei captain is a technically gifted player who could play behind a central striker and generate many scoring chances, assists, and goals with his dribbling ability.

However, the 30-year-old would not suit a fast counter-attacking game as well as Correa, and given that his game does not naturally lend itself to the centre-forward position in Inzaghi’s preferred 3-5-2 system, the manager could have to change the system to accommodate him.