Inter Milan forward Alexis Sanchez and wingback Juan Cuadrado could leave for the Saudi Pro League when their contracts expire.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, report that the Nerazzurri duo are among the targets in Serie A as Saudi clubs plot a raft of high-profile signings.

At the moment, Sanchez and Cuadrado are a few months away from the expiry of their contracts with Inter.

Both of the two veteran South American player signed one-year deals with the Nerazzurri last summer. Both joined on free transfers.

Inter brought in both Sanchez and Cuadrado as low-cost depth options.

Former Arsenal and Barcelona veteran Sanchez has had a few positive moments, including in a run of matches in Serie A a few weeks ago.

But the Chilean has not started regularly by any means.

Meanwhile, former Juventus and Chelsea wingback Cuadrado has been on the sidelines for the past three months.

Cuadrado had made just one start for Inter prior to undergoing surgery in December. That came against Real Sociedad in the Champions League.

Alexis Sanchez & Juan Cuadrado Could Be Headed For Saudi Pro League

It does not look terribly likely that Inter will offer either Sanchez or Cuadrado new contracts at the end of the season.

Therefore, both of the two veterans should almost certainly be on their way out this summer.

And the Gazzetta reports that Saudi Arabia would be a potential destination for both.

Last summer, teams from the Saudi Arabia made a number of very big name signings as they looked to bolster the quality in the league with players from European leagues.

And the top teams in the league are ready to target a similar, if less ambitious, raid in the transfer market this summer as well.

The Gazzetta note that there are some players from Serie A coming onto the radar of the Saudi Pro League.

These include Roma’s Chris Smalling, AC Milan’s Simon Kjaer, and Cagliari’s Nahitan Nandez.

And the newspaper report that Sanchez and Cuadrado’s names can also be added to that list.