From Ciro Immobile to Giacomo Raspadori, Inter Milan are looking at potential attacking signings for the end of the transfer window.

This according to Italian outlet FCInterNews. The outlet anticipate that the Nerazzurri will scan the market for opportunities to reinforce in attack and could move late on in the summer window.

This summer, Inter are aiming to make one more attacking signing.

Mehdi Taremi is already arriving on a free transfer from Porto. The Iranian international will take the place of Alexis Sanchez in the squad.

But Inter want to have five forwards at the disposal of coach Simone Inzaghi.

The aim is for there to be plenty of attacking depth for what will be a very busy and demanding season to come.

If Marko Arnautovic is to leave this summer, then Inter will be ready to invest a significant amount of money in a new striker, and then potentially also make one more attacking signing.

However, the Austrian has no plans to depart.

Therefore, as things stand, FCIN report that Inter’s aim is to wait and see. They’ll look at which options become available in the transfer market.

Immobile & Raspadori Possible Attacking Targets For Inter

One possible target for Inter would be Lazio and Italy captain Ciro Immobile.

The former Torino and Borussia Dortmund striker could leave the Biancocelesti this summer.

Immobile does not figure prominently into the plans if coach Igor Tudor at the Stadio Olimpico. Therefore, he will likely ask to leave.

And there have been persistent links between Immobile and Inter.

The good relationship between the veteran Italian international and Nerazzurri coach Simone Inzaghi is a key part of the reason why.

According to FCIN, Immobile’s agent has offered the player to Inter.

A deal for Immobile could be structured similarly to that which saw Francesco Acerbi join Inter from Lazio two years ago.

FCIN report that for Immobile to come in, Arnautovic would likely have to depart.

The 34-year-old would not want to come in and be the “fifth” striker at Inter. That would entail very little playing time.

Then, there is also Napoli forward Raspadori.

The Partenopei would expect 25-30 million for the 24-year-old former Sassuolo forward.

However, FCIN report, Inter would consider making the investment, not least because Raspadori could also be a player for the future, and would retain resale value.

The decision of incoming Napoli coach Antonio Conte will also be a significant factor in determining Raspadori’s future.