Inter will look to offload striker Edin Dzeko one season after he arrived from Roma in the event that both Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku arrive this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the 36-year-old would be the one to make way in the event that the two high-profile attacking signings are made.

Inter signed Dzeko from Roma last summer in the aftermath of Romelu Lukaku’s big money sale to Chelsea, but the Chelsea striker could very well be on his way back after a difficult season in London.

Meanwhile, Paulo Dybala looks set to be signed on a free transfer from Juventus, meaning that there could well be two big name signings in attack, with only Alexis Sanchez currently set to leave of the existing forwards in the squad.

The Nerazzurri would therefore aim to offload another forward to make room for Dybala and Lukaku to join if that were to be the situation, and it would likely be Dzeko rather than Lautaro Martinez or Joaquin Correa.