Inter are pushing to get a deal done with Empoli for Kristjan Asllani in the coming days and could offer an initial loan move containing a purchase obligation.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are ready to offer an initial loan containing an obligation to buy him on a permanent basis if certain conditions are met.

Asllani is Inter’s top target to provide a backup to Marcelo Brozovic for next season, and they are still looking for the right formula on a deal to convince Empoli, with a player-plus-cash offer one possibility.

Strikers Sebastiano Esposito and Martin Satriano are of interest to the Tuscan club, as is goalkeeper Andrei Radu, and they could be part of an offer for Asllani.

The Nerazzurri’s current idea is to ask for the 20-year-old on an initial loan deal which would contain a purchase obligation based on appearance goals being met in Serie A and the Champions League.