Legendary former Inter defender Beppe Bergomi is of the view that having all of Romelu Lukaku, Paulo Dybala, and Lautaro Martinez in a single team could be difficult to fit together.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia on Tuesday evening, Bergomi gave his thoughts on the possibility of Lukaku and Dybala joining alongside Martinez, and also explained why the Nerazzurri are pushing to sign Empoli midfielder Kristjan Asllani.
Dybala looks to be getting closer and closer to becoming an Inter player for next season, whilst a shock return for Lukaku has really begun to look like a concrete possibility for the summer transfer window.
If Inter were to pull off both of these high profile attacking signings, the players could well be arriving into an attack that was successfully spearheaded by Martinez last season, and Bergomi finds himself wondering how the team would be put together.
“On a technical level it’s difficult to imagine Lukaku, Dybala, and Lautaro all playing together, we would need different midfielders,” he said.
Bergomi also explained why Asllani is a target for the Nerazzurri, stating that “Asllani is a player that Piero Ausilio likes a lot, Inter want a reliable player but also someone who will agree to be behind Marcelo Brozovic for the starting position.”
“Inter were also tracking other profiles for the role,” he continued, “but in the end they chose him. They also tracked him when he was playing in the Primavera division.”