Inter could allow Lautaro Martinez to leave in the summer should an offer of around €70 million come along, and they already have replacements lined up.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that Lille’s Jonathan David, Juventus’s Paulo Dybala, and Sassuolo’s Gianluca Scamacca are the main attacking targets, and that two could be signed if both Martinez and Alexis Sanchez leave.

Martinez is at a crossroads in his Inter career, having extended his contract until 2026 in the fall and shown that he can be an important player, but also experienced significant dips in form throughout the season.

The Argentine had been the subject of major interest from a number of top European clubs last summer but in the end stayed at Inter, though the Nerazzurri could sell him for the right offer.

Sanchez’s place at Inter is also up in the air, and should he also be on his way then the club have clear ideas on how they would wish to revamp their attack.

Scamacca and David are two young strikers who are highly admired at the Nerazzurri, and along with the fact that Dybala could be available on a free transfer should he not agree a new deal with Juventus, Inter would try to move for two of the trio.