Bayern Munich goalkeeper Yann Sommer would like to join Inter Milan this summer, but only if he would be first-choice.

This according to German broadcaster Sky Sports Deutschland, via FCInterNews, who also report that the Swiss international’s future in Bavaria would be heavily linked to the prognosis for captain Manuel Neuer’s return from injury.

Inter are reportedly ready to make several goalkeeping signings this summer.

Shakhtar Donetsk’s Anatoliy Trubin is reportedly the Nerazzurri’s main target to replace Andre Onana. Onana looks set to depart for Manchester United.

However, the Cameroonian wouldn’t be the only goalkeeper to depart from Inter ahead of next season.

Samir Handanovic will also leave this summer. The Slovenian’s contract ran out at the end of last month, and there are no indications of him signing a new deal.

Accordingly, an experienced keeper will be sought to replace the captain.

34-year-old former Borussia Monchengladbach man Sommer is top of the Nerazzurri’s list. And, Sky Deutschland report, the player would be very open to the move, but only on one condition.

Bayern Keeper Yann Sommer Would Want To Be First-Choice At Inter

According to Sky Deutschland, Sommer would not want to sign for Inter to be the backup keeper.

Rather, the Swiss veteran wants a different arrangement.

Rather than Trubin taking over from Onana as the first-choice keeper, and Sommer replacing Handanovic who had become the backup keeper last season, the ex-Gladbach man would still want to be first-choice.

This would presumably mean that Trubin would begin life at Inter as an understudy. The experienced Sommer would be first-choice at least for one season.

Inter’s plan is not yet clear. But their signing Sommer could be contingent on promising him a starting role.

And in any event, the prognosis for Bayern captain Manuel Neuer’s return will also be all-important.

The German is out longer than expected recovering from a broken leg. If Neuer misses a big chunk of next season, Bayern won’t likely want to let Sommer leave.