Bologna will be looking to reinforce their squad ahead of the next campaign, so they have already set their sights on several profiles, including Inter Milan youngster Valentin Carboni.

The Rossoblu made history by reaching the Champions League for the first time in 60 years.

The Emilians managed to finish 5th in the Serie A standings under the guidance of Thiago Motta, thus taking advantage of the league’s extra UCL spot.

But with the Italo-Brazilian vacating his spot in the dugout ahead of an imminent switch to Juventus, Bologna are searching for a new coach.

According to Il Resto Del Carlino via FcInterNews, Monza’s Raffaele Palladino could arrive as a replacement.

In this case, the 40-year-old would look to reunite with two of his pupils at the Renato Dall’Ara.

The first would be Inter’s Carboni who spent his campaign on loan at Monza.

The 19-year-old is one of the most exciting names in the Nerazzurri’s youth ranks. His exploits with the Biancorossi even earned him his senior debut with the Argentine national team.

News reports have often linked the attacking midfielder with a summer departure as a possible sacrificial lamb for Inter.

Palladino Would Seek Reunion With Inter Milan Starlet Valentin Carboni At Bologna

That is because the Italian champions are looking to keep their main core intact. instead raising funds through selling some of their youngsters, with Carboni chief among them.

The other young profile that the source mentions is AC Milan winger Daniel Maldini. The 22-year-old spent the second half of his campaign on loan under Palladino’s guidance at Monza.

The source also mentions Frosinone’s Marco Brescianini as another possible target for Bologna.

For his part, Fiorentna’s Gaetano Castrovilli could become a possibility for the Emilians if they were to appoint Vincenzo Italiano.