Inter have targeted young Atalanta-owned Cremonese goalkeeper Marco Carenescchi as a possible replacement for Andre Onana should the 27-year-old be sold this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the 22-year-old is one of the main names on the Nerazzurri[‘s shortlist to replace the Cameroonian along with Empoli’s Guglielmo Vicario.

It is not outside the realm of possibility that Inter will be looking to sign a new first-choice goalkeeper during the summer transfer window.

Whilst Onana is not a player who the Nerazzurri who would be keen to sell just twelve months after his arrival on a free transfer from Ajax, they could feel that their hand is forced into listening to offers by the financial situation should they miss out on qualification for the Champions League.

Chelsea are very keen, with reports emerging that the Londoners are set to hold talks with Inter regarding a possible transfer of Onana in the near future.

If the Cameroonian were to be sold, Inter would expect a fee of no less than €40 million.

In this event, the Nerazzurri would look to sign a new first-choice goalkeeper, and they are reportedly already starting preparations for just that contingency.

Empoli keeper Vicario has been one of the main names linked in the role in recent weeks.

However, Vicario is far from the only player who is on Inter’s radar in this respect, and according to the Corriere Carnesecchi is another player who they would be very interested in.

Currently owned by Atalanta, Carnesecchi has been on loan with Cremonese for the past two seasons, helping them achieve promotion to Serie A and then looking like one of the Grigiorossi’s outstanding performers this season.

Carnesecchi has appeared for the Italian national team at every youth level though not yet for the senior team.