Inter are getting ready for a potential “summer revolution” in defense, targeting signings to reinforce at the back as they anticipate significant turnover in the backline.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that all of Atalanta’s Giorgio Scalvini, Torino’s Perr Schuurs, and Udinese’s Rodrigo Becao are on the Nerazzurri’s radar and that they have a strategy to sign them.

The reason that major upheaval could be on the way in Inter’s backline in six months’ time is the uncertain future of several defenders already at the club.

It is far from clear that Milan Skriniar and Stefan de Vrij will extend their contracts past the end of June.

Meanwhile, the Nerazzurri have also yet to make a decision on whether to offer Danilo D’Ambrosio a new deal or make Francesco Acerbi’s loan from Lazio permanent at the end of the campaign.

Accordingly, the club are bracing for the possibility of having to dip into the market to significantly revamp their defense.

Young Atalanta defender Giorgio Scalvini is one of the Nerazzurri’s top targets, although Juventus, Manchester City, and other clubs from the Premier League are also monitoring the 19-year-old.

Scalvini’s valuation would be around €35-40 million, having easily doubled over the course of the current season, but the Nerazzurri are planning to offer midfielder Giovanni Fabbian as part of a deal.

Inter’s hope is that they can agree a transfer with La Dea before the summer transfer window actually opens, to beat the formidable competition emerging for his signature.

Meanwhile, Schuurs is another young defender whose form in Serie A has been outstanding this season, catching Inter’s eye.

The Nerazzurri would be ready to try and include wingback Valentino Lazaro in an offer to Torino for the 23-year-old former Ajax defender, who the Granata value at around €20-25 million.

One final target for the Nerazzurri would be Udinese defender Rodrigo Becao, with the Brazilian’s contract expiring at the end of June 2024.

Inter are admirers of the 26-year-old, and sense the opportunity to sign him for a relatively low fee given that the Friulani would likely be reluctant to let him go into the final season of his deal.