Yet another forward has been linked to Inter, this time it’s Napoli and Italy’s Giacomo Raspadori.

Inter is in search of a high-level forward to compete alongside Lautaro Martínez and Marcus Thuram next season, with the potential of playing nearly 70 games across all competitions. Before joining Napoli, there were links between Inter and Raspadori, as well as being a childhood Inter fan. 

This comes according to Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport as relayed by FCInterNews, Raspadori has been identified as a potential option alongside Genoa forward Albert Guðmundsson. Both options would be quite expensive, with €30-40M valuations. Inter could look to raise funds by offloading Denzel Dumfries, as well as younger players who may not have a future with the first team.

Corriere dello Sport details that Giacomo Raspadori, although expensive, would be an investment both tactically and for the future. The newspaper outlines that only 24 years old, the Italian international can play both as a first or second striker and could be the ideal deputy to Lautaro Martínez. 

Most often used as a super-sub this season, Raspadori has picked up five goals and three assists across all competitions so far.