Inter Milan are confident that they’ll be able to get a deal over the line for Bayern Munich’s Yann Sommer, but face hurdles to sign Anatoliy Trubin.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInter1908, who report that Trubin’s club Shakhtar Donetsk are continuing to hold out for a high fee to sell the 21-year-old, and that this could prove an obstacle for the Nerazzurri.

Inter look to be right on the verge of selling Andre Onana to Manchester United.

Moreover, the departure of Samir Handanovic means that Inter are now searching for two goalkeepers to sign this summer.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri’s strategy has been to look for both an experienced option to take the place of the departing captain, and then a younger profile with more of a vision to the long term.

In terms of this strategy, Inter have two targets in mind. For the more experienced player, they want Bayern’s Sommer. And then 21-year-old Ukrainian international Trubin is the player they’ve set their sights on as a young player with room to grow.

Inter Milan Have A Clear Path To Sign Sommer – Trubin More Difficult

According to Tuttosport, however, the Nerazzurri have very different-looking paths to signing the two keepers, however.

As far as Sommer goes, Inter should be able to make a deal to sign the 34-year-old former Borussia Monchengladbach veteran.

Bayern are willing to listen to their offers. The Bavarians have reportedly set their sights on Valencia’s Giorgi Mamardashvili as a replacement. Bayern captain Manuel Neuer is also on the way back.

On the other hand, Shakhtar will take some convincing to make a deal for Trubin.

Tuttosport report that even though the player’s deal runs out at the end of next June, the Ukrainians still want €20 million for him.

This is down from 30 million, but still more than Inter want to pay.

It is very unclear whether the two clubs will be able to reconcile their positions and make a deal. Otherwise, the Nerazzurri may have to look elsewhere.