Empoli midfielder Kristjan Asllani is on Inter’s radat as a possible backup to Marcelo Brozovic for next season, while they are also considering reintegrating Lucien Agoume or Stefano Sensi into the team.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri have been very impressed by the Albanian’s performances for the newly-promoted Tuscans this campaign.

For the role of a deputy to Brozovic, the Nerazzurri are searching for a player who has the right profile to replace the Croat like-for-like, but who will not have the expectation of playing all the time.

Asllani has come into Empoli’s regular starting eleven since the departure of Samuele Ricci to join Torino in January, and his performances have shown why the club weren’t afraid to lose Ricci.

Inter are not the only club monitoring Asllani, with the likes of Juventus and Manchester City also considering a move.

The Nerazzurri could also reintegrate a player currently out on loan back into the squad to back up Brozovic, with the likes of Lucien Agoume at Brest and Stefano Sensi at Sampdoria considerations.

Meanwhile, Hoffenheim midfielder Florian Grillitsch has been offered to the club on a free transfer this summer when his current deal expires but they are lukewarm, whilst Roma’s Gonzalo Villar, currently on loan at Getafe, is another consideration.