Inter Milan are considering an ambitious double swoop for Genoa’s Albert Gudmundsson and Lazio’s Ciro Immobile this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who detail the Nerazzurri’s prospective attacking plans for next season.

This season, Inter have four senior forwards in the squad.

Captain Lautaro Martinez and French international Marcus Thuram are certainly the first-choice attacking duo. And then Alexis Sanchez and Marko Arnautovic are the two backups.

But Sanchez is all but certain to leave Inter at the end of the season, according to Tuttosport.

The Chilean’s contract runs out at the end of June. And it doesn’t currently look likely that Inter will offer him an extension.

And the newspaper note that Arnautovic could follow Sanchez out the exit door.

The former West Ham United striker is currently under contract with Inter until the end of June 2025. But he has suffered a couple injuries this season, and Tuttosport report has interest from the Saudi Pro League.

Inter Eye Up Double Swoop For Albert Gudmundsson & Ciro Immobile

Inter have already secured one big attacking signing for next season.

Porto’s Mehdi Taremi will arrive on a free transfer.

But if both Sanchez and Arnautovic leave, and Taremi comes in, that would make just three senior strikers in the squad.

Therefore, Inter would be aiming for two signings in attack.

One could be Gudmundsson. Tuttosport report that the 26-year-old Genoa forward is Inter’s principle target, and that they would be willing to make a significant investment to sign him.

Moreover, the newspaper anticipate, the Nerazzurri could offer wingback Mattia Zanotti as part of a deal for Gudmundsson.

The Icelander is also a target for Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur.

And Inter may not be finished with signing Gudmundsson.

Tuttosport report that the Nerazzurri could aim to reunite Lazio captain Immobile with coach Simone Inzaghi.

The 34-year-old’s wages – €4 million net per season plus add-ons – would be the biggest obstacles.

But if Inter were to structure a deal for Immobile similarly to that which saw them sign defender Francesco Acerbi from Lazio, it could be feasible.