Inter Milan are reportedly keeping tabs on Anthony Martial and Armando Broja, but a new arrival in January depends on the departure of Alexis Sanchez.

The Chilean returned to the club in the summer for a second stint, similar to Marko Arnautovic. However, both veterans have been mostly disappointing thus far.

But according to Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInterNews, Sanchez is the one who might leave the Serie A leaders in January since he has offers on the table.

The 35-year-old has suitors in the Saudi Pro League. But as the source explains, he’s eager to remain at Inter and prove his worth.

Nevertheless, the final ten days of January could bear some developments, especially if the experienced striker keeps finding himself sporadically used by Simone Inzaghi.

Hence, the Roman newspaper suggests possible developments following the Italian Super Cup tournament

In other words, if Sanchez doesn’t earn enough playing time in the tournament, he might reconsider a move to Saudi Arabia, especially if an increasingly lucrative offer were to arrive.

Inter Milan Identify Anthony Martial & Armando Broja As Possible Alexis Sanchez Replacements

In this case, Inter would resort to the market to pick up a suitable replacement. However, the source warns that the lack of funds could hinder their attempts.

The Nerazzurri are currently monitoring two profiles.

The first is Anthony Martial who has been struggling for playing time and goals this season at Manchester United.

But as the source notes, Fenerbahce have made some progress in their mission to sign the 28-year-old Frenchman.

The other option for the Beneamata is Chelsea’s 22-year-old striker Armando Broja.

The Albanian’s contract with the Blues runs until 2028. Therefore, Inter would be looking to sign him on loan. However, the West Londoners cannot loan out more than seven players under the new regulations.

Nevertheless, the Italian giants could end up assembling some transfer funds. If Stefano Sensi leaves for Leicester City, they would collect 2 million euros as a transfer fee.

Offloading Alexis Sanchez could yield a similar figure, as the club would save on his wages for the rest of the season. Moreover, the Super Cup could earn the Nerazzurri an additional 8 million.

So we shall see if and how Inter would put these funds to use in January.