Inter are transforming the squad under new boss Walter Mazzarri with bids for Aleksandar Kolarov and Danilo D’Ambrosio.
Mazzarri plans to bring his favoured 3-5-2 formation to San Siro this summer after replacing Andrea Stramaccioni.
This means revolutionising the team at his disposal and Tuttosport claims he has set his sights on two wingers.
Manchester City man Kolarov already has Serie A experience due to his time at Lazio and is top of Mazzarri’s wish-list.
The €6m price-tag is not an issue for the Nerazzurri, but his wage demands may well prove a stumbling block.
Kolarov can play as a left-back or on the left side of a five-man midfield.
A cheaper alternative for the right flank is Torino’s 24-year-old D’Ambrosio, who would be available for €3m.
He made 28 Serie A appearances this season, scoring two goals and providing three assists.
D’Ambrosio joined Toro from Juve Stabia in January 2010.
Inter have already been in negotiations with Udinese over Dusan Basta.
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