Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi has clear demands for his club during the upcoming summer transfer window.

Today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, report that the coach wants to keep the spine of the team intact, and move for four key targets.

Inter are heading into another summer transfer window.

The Nerazzurri will not likely be as busy last summer. Last time out, they signed twelve players in total, with twelve players also leaving the club on a permanent basis.

That proved to be a very fruitful window, as Inter found another gear during the season just gone in terms of consistency.

But it also means that the Nerazzurri’s coach Inzaghi is now reluctant to tamper with the team too much.

Inter have found a good balance. Particularly in terms of the starting eleven.

Therefore, Inzaghi’s priority is to not lose any key players in terms of starters.

Obviously, there will be some players heading for the exit door as there always are.

But all over the pitch, Inzaghi wants to keep the team intact.

Inzaghi Wants Inter To Make Four Signings

As far as players coming in, Inter will already be bringing in striker Mehdi Taremi and midfielder Piotr ZIelinski on free transfers from Porto and Napoli respectively.

But Inzaghi does want a few other signings.

The coach is on board with the club’s strategy to sign a new goalkeeper. The idea will be to bring in a young keeper who can back up Yann Sommer initially, but also grow into the role of starting keeper.

Then, Inzaghi also wants Inter to sign another striker.

Genoa’s Albert Gudmundsson is the top target in this respect. Inzaghi wants a player who has dribbling ability and good close control – and Gudmundsson has exactly that profile.

Then, Inzaghi also wants a new central defender, to bolster the depth in the back three.

And lastly, if Inter are to sell Denzel Dumfries rather than extending the Dutchman’s contract, Inzaghi will want a direct replacement.

Canadian international Tajon Buchanan is not a player who Inzaghi sees as a like-for-like replacement for Dumfries.

Therefore, the Inter coach will want a new right-wingback if Dumfries leaves.