Inter Milan could move for Udinese striker Beto as they search for striker targets following the abrupt end to their pursuit of Romelu Lukaku.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who name the 25-year-old as a prospective target for the Nerazzurri as they scan the market for possible options to complete their attack for next season.

Everything is now over between Inter and Romelu Lukaku.

After weeks of trying to get a deal done with Chelsea for the Belgian, the Nerazzurri have pulled the plug. The fact that Lukaku decided to negotiate with Juventus has meant that Inter will completely reject the possibility of bringing him back.

This means that the Nerazzurri now must consider alternatives to the 30-year-old.

The idea would certainly be to sign an out-and-out Number Nine in Lukaku’s absence. The Belgian had provided the Nerazzurri with a physical reference point in attack, holdup play, and a threat in behind – they’ll want to replicate that with whichever attacker they go for.

Udinese striker Beto is one player who could be the correct option for what Inter need.

Inter Milan Looking At Udinese Striker Beto

Having joined Udinese from Portimonense in the summer of 2021, Beto has thrived in Serie A.

The Portuguese has hit double digits in his goal tally in each of his first two seasons in the Italian top flight.

Moreover, Beto has been a real point of reference in attack for the Friulani. Apart from his size and strength, the 25-year-old has looked adept at holding off defenders and knowing when to find teammates.

In addition, Beto has looked like a threat running behind the last defender.

With both Lukaku and Edin Dzeko gone, the Portuguese would be a logical target for Inter.

The Corriere report that the Nerazzurri are thinking of putting Beto’s name on the plate in talks with Udinese for Lazar Samardzic.