Serie A trio Monza, Juventus, and Napoli are all considering a move for Inter striker Edin Dzeko, although at the moment none are close to stepping up and making an offer.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the trio of clubs all see the 36-year-old as a target but that he is not yet a priority for any of the three.
Monza’s main target in attack is Paris Saint-Germain striker and former Inter captain Mauro Icardi, but should they not land the Argentine they could think about a move for Dzeko.
Meanwhile, the Bianconeri have targeted Dzeko in the past, and could decide to sign the Bosnian as the designated backup to Dusan Vlahovic in attack.
Lastly, Napoli coach Luciano Spalletti could be keen on a reunion with the striker with whom he worked for two seasons while in charge of Roma, but the Neapolitans haven’t yet stepped up their pursuit, whilst Valencia are very unlikely to move for him despite coach Gennaro Gattuso’s admiration of the player.