Inter Milan are reportedly still in the hunt for Udinese striker Beto. However, it would require a favorable formula to seal the deal.

The Nerazzurri are currently searching the market for a new striker after parting ways with Edin Dzeko and Romelu Lukaku.

News reports have been linking the Italian giants with a host of possible targets. Many believe that Porto’s Mehdi Taremi and Bologna’s Marko Arnautovic are on top of the list.

Nevertheless, Il Corriere dello Sport (via FcInterNews) leaves an opening for Udinese star Beto.

The 25-year-old is a Portuguese striker who has been plying his trade with the Zebrette since 2021, making him all-too-familiar with Italian football.

As the source reveals, Inter and Udinese discussed a potential move for Beto while negotiating the transfer of Lazar Samardzic.

The young midfielder should complete his switch to the Nerazzurri today following the recent delay.

So we shall see if the Serbian’s transfer could later spark a move for the Portuguese bomber.

Inter Milan Are Looking To Sign Udinese Striker Beto But Only On Loan With The Option To Buy

However. the report understands that the Nerazzurri are only seeking a low-cost formula.

In other words, the Beneamata would like to sign Beto on an initial loan deal with the option to buy at the end of the season.

This has been Inter’s stance since the start of the negotiations. But whether Udinese would consent this operation or not remains to be seen.