Inter Milan’s offer for Gianluca Scamacca remains off the mark, so the club is lining up Beto as an alternative solution.

In recent days, the 24-year-old Italian international has emerged as the favorite candidate to join the Nerazzurri’s attack.

As we reported yesterday, Inter are offering 25 million euros for Scamacca. However, West Ham United are holding out for 30 million.

Therefore, La Gazzetta dello Sport (via FcInterNews) reiterates that the difference between the Italians’ offer and the East Londoners’ valuation remains 5 million euros.

While Inter are still pushing to sign the former Sassuolo man, this situation prompted them to start searching for alternative solutions.

So as the source reveals, the Nerazzurri are keeping tabs on Udinese striker Beto. The Portuguese would be available for lower figures.

The report insists that Inter genuinely admire the 25-year-old bomber. So this isn’t a ploy on the management’s part to drive down Scamacca’s price.

Inter Milan Would Turn To Beto If They Fail To Reach An Agreement With West Ham United Over Gianluca Scamacca

Beto has been plying his trade at Udinese since 2021. His contract with the Friulians runs until 2026.

Nevertheless, the source believes that Scamacca remains the priority in Inter’s book. Simone Inzaghi has identified the West Ham striker as the best available candidate for the role after missing out on Alvaro Morata.

But if the Italian giants fail to bridge the gap with West Ham, the club will reportedly resort to Beto.

The Nerazzurri have already signed Marcus Thuram this summer. But having lost Edin Dzeko and Romelu Lukaku, they must add another new striker to the fold.