Inter Milan still have to make at least six more signings before the summer transfer window ends.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who highlight the amount of work that’s still to be done before the Nerazzurri complete their squad for the upcoming season.

So far this summer, Inter have made four signings. Davide Frattesi, Marcus Thuram, Yann Bisseck, and Raffaele Di Gennaro have arrived.

They have, for all intents and purposes, replaced Marcelo Brozovic, Edin Dzeko, Danilo D’Ambrosio, and Alex Cordaz respectively.

That’s four players who Inter have went out and replaced. However, the work is far from over for the Nerazzurri.

And Tuttosport identify six positions in particular where they will have to find new signings.

Goalkeeper, Midfielder, Wingback & Forward Positions All Must Be Reinforced By Inter Milan

Starting in goal, Inter must replace both Manchester United-bound Andre Onana and departed captain Samir Handanovic.

The Nerazzurri have lined up Shakhtar Donetsk’s Anatoliy Trubin and Bayern Munich’s Yann Sommer to replace the pair.

Then, in midfield, there is the question of replacing midfielder Roberto Gagliardini. The 29-year-old former Atalanta man has left at the end of his contract, and will soon join Monza on a free transfer.

Inter won’t want to spend big on a replacement for Gagliardini as they did with Frattesi to replace Brozovic. However, at the same time they won’t want to head into next season with just five senior midfielders in tow.

On the right flank, the departure of Raoul Bellanova means that Inter will need to sign a new wingback to back up and provide competition for Denzel Dumfries.

The fact that Matteo Darmian is now primarily a defender means that the 33-year-old will not be enough.

And, speaking of Darmian, the Nerazzurri must sign a defender to hold down the right side of the back three. The loss of Milan Skriniar to Paris Saint-Germain has made sure of this.

Lastly, in attack, Inter must either complete a deal with Chelsea to bring back Romelu Lukaku or else sign another forward.

And that may not be all, Tuttosport notes. Robin Gosens and Joaquin Correa could also still leave.

If either of the pair do head for the exit door, then the Nerazzurri will likely sign replacements. Inter will want to have the same-sized squad as last season, but are also losing plenty of players.

Accordingly, there is still a busy few weeks ahead in the transfer market for Inter.