Inter Milan are reportedly looking to bolster their attacking ranks with a fifth striker, with Albert Gudmundsson and Giacomo Raspadori linked to the role.

The Nerazzurri have already secured the services of Mehdi Taremi. The Iranian will sign as a free agent once his contract with Porto expires at the end of the month.

The 31-year-old will likely act as an understudy to the club’s main attacking partnership of Lautaro Martinez and Marcus Thuram.

On the other hand, Alexis Sanchez will leave the Nerazzurri for the second time as his contract will expire this month.

For his part, Marko Arnautovic is keen to stay. His deal is valid until 2025.

But according to Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInterNews, Simone Inzaghi would like to add a fifth attacking option to the ranks.

At the moment, Gudmundsson remains the club’s primary objective.

The 26-year-old enjoyed a sensational campaign at Genoa, scoring 16 goals between the Serie A and Coppa Italia.

However, the talented striker won’t keep cheap, with the Grifone requesting at least 30 million euros for his services.

Inter Milan Keeping Tabs On Albert Gudmundsson & Giacomo Raspadori

Moreover, Gudmundsson will return to Iceland to face serious criminal charges, as the source tells it.

Therefore, Inter will continue to monitor the situation, but are simultaneously keeping tabs on Raspaodi.

The Sassuolo youth product joined Napoli in 2022 and won a Serie A medal in his maiden campaign at the Maradona Stadium.

However, the Italy international has been unable to lock himself a starting spot under the tutelage of four different coaches.

This season, the 24-year-old contributed with six goals and three assists in 47 appearances in all competitions. His contract with the Partneopei is valid until 2028.