Inter Milan will push to loan Chelsea defender Kalidou Koulibaly for next season.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri have made the 31-year-old a major target in defense and will make a serious effort to bring him in on loan.

Inter are preparing to hold a round of talks with Chelsea sometime in the near future.

The main topic of the meeting will be to discuss the future of Romelu Lukaku. However, that’s not all that the two clubs will discuss.

Chelsea, are strongly interested in signing Nerazzurri goalkeeper Andre Onana.

Meanwhile, Inter are reportedly interested in signing a number of players from Stamford Bridge. According to Sky, the Nerazzurri are ready to try and sign former Napoli defender Koulibaly foremost among them.

Ex-Napoli Star Koulibaly A Major Defensive Target For Inter Milan

Inter are aiming to make defensive reinforcements in the summer.

Replacing Milan Skriniar is a priority, given that the Slovakian will leave to join Paris Saint-Germain.

In this sense, Koulibaly would represent a lot of experience and proven quality in the Italian top flight, in spite of his underwhelming stint at Stamford Bridge.

Moreover, the futures of all of Stefan de Vrij, Francesco Acerbi, and Danilo D’Ambrosio are also up in the air.

Reportedly, Chelsea star Koulibaly is one of Inter’s main targets to replace Skriniar.

The Senegalese international has not enjoyed the best of seasons with Chelsea since moving from Napoli last summer.

However, the Nerazzurri have few doubts about his quality and suitability for the team. Koulibaly made 317 appearances during his time with the Partenopei, in which he established himself as one of Serie A’s outstanding defenders.

Inter believe that the 31-year-old would have the ideal attributes to play in coach Simone Inzaghi’s back three.

When the Nerazzurri meet with Chelsea, they will push to loan back Lukaku. And on top of that, Sky reports, they’ll also try to bring Koulibaly back to Serie A in a similar deal.