Inter Desire to Add More Young Italians to Their Roster

Inter signed Davide Frattesi early last summer but then proceeded to bring in mostly foreigners and veterans. The brass wishes to acquire more young Italian talents and are eyeing a few high-profile ones, TuttoSport informs.

Despite signing Yann Sommer, the Nerazzurri are shortlisting young goalkeepers for the future. Marco Carnesecchi is one of their potential targets. They’ll monitor how he fares with Atalanta. He started just twice so far since Juan Musso has shown well. They are on excellent terms with the Percassi family.

Inter have been keen on Giorgio Scalvini for a couple of years already. The Bergamaschi have provided no openings to the suitors. Moreover, his valuation is already sky-high.

The Nerazzurri had laid the groundwork to purchase Guglielmo Vicario to succeed André Onana, but Tottenham acted more quickly and sealed their deal before the departure of their previous starter. They continue to keenly watch the Empoli games to monitor the growth of Tommaso Baldanzi and Jacopo Fazzini in particular.

Our Take on the Inter Strategy

Frattesi and Marcus Thuram salvaged the past window in terms of longevity, but they’ll have to address the other roles, especially the offensive ones, pretty soon. Carnesecchi could be ready for a big team in a year or two, which might align with Sommer’s deal. Baldanzi might already be, but he’s a pure no.10, and they don’t use that.

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