Inter looking for a vice-Icardi. The names...
The road to the Champions League next year is still long but Inter are in a good position to achieve this objective. As a result, it is necessary to think of a vice-Icardi in case Inter get to play in the most prestigious club competition in the world.
According to Tuttosport, there are two particular players that Inter have been following for quite some time: Sandro Ramirez of Everton and Sebastien Haller of Eintracht Frankfurt.
A 1995-born Sandro, after a positive U-21 Euro and the 14 goals with Malaga, went to Everton for seven million but so far, he has not yet settled (0 goal in 11 games between the Premier League and other cup competitions). However, his qualities are not in question. Meanwhile Sebastien Haller scored 51 goals in 98 games in the period between January 2015 to June 2017, certainly a very good goal scoring record with his former club Utrecht. At Frankfurt, Haller has already scored eight goals in 13 games and 13 goals in 20 games with the French U-21 team.
Both of these players are valued at 10 million euros, a figure that should not scare away Inter and Suning, especially if Inter are qualified for the Champions League next season.
It is also likely that Inter are looking for a different position besides central forward. In this case, names such as Simone Verdi and Di Francesco of Bologna are the options.