Inter would be required to move at least one of their attacking players on if they were to secure a deal for Borussia Monchengladbach forward Marcus Thuram.

As reported in yesterday’s newspaper edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Nerazzurri are in the running for the France international, as he winds down his contract at Gladbach, but do not have enough space and funds to accomadate him.

It would mean that one of Simone Inzaghi’s forwards would need to be sold or released, with Joaquin Correa currently the most likely candidate to make way for Thuram, with the Argentine currently fourth choice.

However, there is a possibility that Edin Dzeko departs at the end of the season, with the former Roma striker yet to sign new terms on a contract that is due to expire in June.

Similarly, there remains the chance that Lautaro Martinez may be sold in the summer, should Inter receive a significant offer for him.

The only player who is not likely to be moved on his Romelu Lukaku, with Inter looking to extend his loan from Chelsea for another season.