Reports in the Italian Press this morning claim that there could be a goalscoring change at Inter in the summer.
Tuttosport write that the Nerazzurri are looking to offload both Diego Milito and Mauro Icardi at the end of the season.
Milito has suffered with long-term injury in 2013, and with his form not what it was, the Nerazzurri are prepared to let him leave on a free come June.
Icardi meanwhile, has failed to set the San Siro alight since joining from Samdoria, and with Monaco sniffing around the youngster, Walter Mazzarri’s side are willing to sell for the right price.
The paper also reveals that Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata has been chosen as their replacement, but they will face stiff competition from Arsenal, who have been tracking the striker since last October.
Los Blancos have said publically that Morata is not for sale, but Tuttosport report that €12m could see him leave Santiago Bernabeu.
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