After signing Achraf Hakimi from Real Madrid on Thursday, Inter have shifted their focus on signing Brescia's Sandro Tonali according to Italian newspaper Il Giorno.
Inter signed Hakimi for a staggering €45 million including add-ons, signing a five year contract with the club.
Tonali is one of Inter's biggest targets in the upcoming transfer window, with Juventus an AC Milan also monitoring the Brescia midfielder's progress.
Brescia are reportedly wanting €50 million for the midfielder, who has managed to score one goal and provide five assists in 27 appearances across all competitions for the team struggling at the bottom of the table.
Tonali has also been a target for Barcelona, who have just sold Arthur and bought Miralem Pjanic.
The 20-year-old has been likened in his play style to Italian legend Andrea Pirlo, being the star man in the Brescia team on countless occasions, managing two key passes per game in the Serie A, as well as 1.3 dribbles per game, both very impressive statistics from the heart of a struggling midfield.
Inter have made their transfer approach clear, as they seek to have a team that is geared up for the future, blending it with the experience that they currently have in the squad.