Inter are targeting Napoli forward Manolo Gabbiadini and Portugal international Joao Mario.
The Nerazzurri are still limited by Financial Fair Play parameters, even after the takeover from Chinese giants Suning.
According to Tuttosport, Roberto Mancini has requested two reinforcements who can play wide of the striker.
Napoli benchwarmer Gabbiadini, who is valued at €25m, has long been linked with Inter and Mancini already wanted him while Coach of Galatasaray.
There is competition from the Premier League and Wolfsburg, but these destinations do not seem to invoke much enthusiasm in the player.
The other target is Sporting CP’s Joao Mario, who is expected to start tomorrow night’s Euro 2016 Final against France.
The 23-year-old Portugal international plays on the right side of attack and is valued at around €30m.
He spent his entire career in Portugal and grew up through the Sporting system.
The Corriere dello Sport theorise Joao Mario could go to Inter via Jiangsu Suning, the other club owned by the Chinese group, thus getting around the FFP rules.