Inter could move for Monza goalkeeper Alessio Cragno as a replacement for Samir Handanovic in the summer transfer window.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the 28-year-old is one of the Nerazzurri’s main targets as a backup to Andre Onana in the event that Handanovic leaves the club.

Summer signing Onana looks to have displaced Handanovic as Inter’s starting keeper this season.

The captain is unlikely to extend his deal with the Nerazzurri past next summer to accept a backup role past the end of the current campaign.

Accordingly, the Nerazzurri will go in search of a replacement for the Slovenian with the express purpose of backing up Onana who would remain the first choice.

Cragno is currently on loan at Monza from Cagliari, although he has fallen behind Michele Di Gregorio in the pecking order after an injury.

The Brianzoli have a €4 million purchase option on Cragno, and could sign him permanently and then sell him on in the summer.