Inter Milan want to get moving on a move for Albert Gudmundsson as soon as possible, and could offer Mattia Zanotti plus cash.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCInterNews.

This season, Inter have had four senior strikers in the squad – Lautaro Martinez, Marcus Thuram, Alexis Sanchez, and Marko Arnautovic.

And the hierarchy has been quite clear. Martinez and Thuram have been the first-choice starters, while Sanchez and Arnautovic have provided veteran backup options.

For Inter coach Inzaghi, this setup has not always been sufficient.

Particularly when one or two of the strikers have been out with an injury, the attack has quickly gotten stretched thin.

Therefore, Inzaghi wants to see Inter add another forward who can give the squad greater depth.

Particularly with the extra matches from the new Champions League format and the Club World Cup, the Nerazzurri coach wants as many options as possible in attack.

Inter Want To Get Moving For Gudmundsson – Could Offer Zanotti + Cash

With Inzaghi asking the club for five strikers next season, the club are starting to strategize.

And there is no doubt which player is at the top of the Nerazzurri’s list. They want to sign Genoa forward Gudmundsson.

The 26-year-old would cost at least 30 million.

That is no small amount for Inter. But the Nerazzurri feel that they could potentially make a deal work.

Firstly, Inter could aim for an initial paid loan containing a purchase obligation.

Then, the Nerazzurri will try and convince Genoa with an offer also containing a player going the other way.

Wingback Zanotti looks to be the player who Inter will try to tempt Genoa with.

But Inter do not want to wait forever to see whether a deal is possible. Their plan is to move swiftly, to anticipate the competition of other clubs and see whether they will have to change tracks quickly.

Meanwhile, Mediaset report, Inzaghi will also evaluate some of the forwards who return to the club from loan for a potential role next season.

These include Martin Satriano, Valentin Carboni, Sebastiano Esposito, and Francesco Pio Esposito.