Inter Milan could decide to intervene in the market following the Italian Super Cup by signing a striker or a midfielder.

This month, the Nerazzurri have thus far signed a wingback in the shape of Tajon Buchanan. The Canadian arrives to replace Juan Cuadrado who will be out for a considerable amount of time after undergoing surgery.

On the other hand, Lucien Agoume left Appiano Gentile to join Sevilla on loan with an option to buy at the end of the season.

According to Tuttosport via FcInterNews, the Frenchaman’s potential sale to Spain could fund the Buchanan operation, as we’re talking about almost similar figures.

Nevertheless, the Turin-based newspaper leaves the door open for other moves in the January transfer session.

As the source explains, Stefano Sensi could complete a move to Leicester City. The Nerazzurri would collect a transfer fee between 2 and 3 million euros.

The report believes this departure could make room for a new arrival, possibly on loan. Inter will explore their options on the market after returning from the Italian Super Cup tournament which will be held in Saudi Arabia next week.

Inter Milan Could Intervene In The Market After The Italian Super Cup

The management could decide to bolster the middle of the park after offloading two midfielders in the shape of Agoume and Sensi.

But instead, the Serie A leaders could go on the hunt for a fifth striker.

However, if Alexis Sanchez ends up leaving the club, Inter would certainly need to sign a new attacker to replace the Chilean veteran.

But in any case, Tuttosport believes that finding a suitable profile on an affordable formula won’t be an easy task.