Erick Thohir has revealed that Inter are looking to Asia, South America and Eastern Europe for new players next season.
The Indonesian President has already been on record to say that the Nerazzurri will spend this summer in order to be competitive domestically.
But the new owner has admitted that there transfer policy will take them away from the major European Leagues.
“We want to add players, but for now I can’t say anything more because there’s a World Cup going on,” he told FCInterNews.
“The arrival of Vidic will be important, and behind him we have Handanovic. Then there is Hernanes, Kovacic and Alvarez.
“But I can say that we are looking for someone to add in attack alongside Icardi and Palacio.
“We certainly want a stronger team, but also a younger team. Regarding the market, we’re following young players in Asia, South America and Eastern Europe.
“Our goal for next season is to qualify for Europe, then we will see what we can do to bring back the glory of the past.”
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