Achraf Hakimi scored a brace against the Nerazzurri in Europe this term and now Inter is looking forward to signing him.
Real Madrid loanee Hakimi has displayed his talents on the biggest stage in European football, with four goals in eight games for Die Schwarzgelben in the Champions League, and has sought consistency on the loan to Borussia Dortmund this campaign.
The right-back results prompted Inter to look for the resources to start negotiations with Los Blancos, according to La Gazzetta Dello Sport.
Juventus also aimed Morocco International, which was priced at €50 m by Real Madrid after contributing three goals and 10 assists in its 26 Bundesliga matches to the BVB.
The newspaper says that the route may be too difficult for the Italian giants who dream of getting him to San Siro.
When Victor Moses’ original loan agreement expires he is likely to leave Inter, as CEO Beppe Marotta does not appear able to pay the €12 m negotiated with Chelsea in January, and Hakimi has been named as the potential replacement for the Nigerians.