Inter consider Florenzi as Hakimi’s replacement


Back from his year-long loan spell at PSG, with the French side refusing to pick up the 9mln option on the right-back, Florenzi is back in the capital, waiting to understand what the future might hold for him. As of right now, La Nazione reports of Allegri’s interest at Juventus as well as Milan’s for the upcoming season.

However, recently Inter have also emerged with renewed interest in the 30-year-old Italian international. The Nerazzurri consider Florenzi a viable option to replace Hakimi who will soon be joining PSG. Inzaghi’s club is looking at different names including Arsenal’s Héctor Bellerín, Denzel Dumfries of PSV and Davide Zappacosta who is presently on loan at Genoa from Chelsea. Thus, these are important weeks for Alessandro Florenzi who, following the Euros, will have to find a new suitor. Most signs, however, point to the right-back remaining in Italy.

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