Inter could offer goalkeeper Michele Di Gregorio to Empoli as part of a deal to sign midfielder Kristjan Asllani this summer.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the 24-year-old could be included as part of a cash-plus-player offer to convince the Tuscans to allow the midfielder to leave.

Asllani is one of the Nerazzurri’s major targets for the summer, but convincing Empoli to part ways with him could be difficult as their preference is to keep him in the squad for at least one more season.

Inter have reportedly been weighing up the inclusion of striker Sebastiano Esposito as part of an offer to persuade the Tuscans, but Di Gregorio could be another player who would be of interest to them.

The Nerazzurri-owned goalkeeper is currently on loan with Monza, and they could sign him permanently for €4 million, but this would likely be contingent on their achieving promotion to Serie A.

Empoli could be in need of a new goalkeeper, as their first-choice Guglielmo Vicario is currently on loan from Cagliari, and is attracting transfer interest from Fiorentina, so they would be interested in Di Gregorio.