Inter needs a striker, but resources unavailable in January

BBC Sports can reveal that Inter Milan may face financial constraints in the upcoming January transfer window, making it challenging to boost their attacking line-up, according to Il Corriere dello Sport.

The source reports that Inter Milan is keen on recruiting additional players but is grappling with a shortage of funds. This may have consequences for their performance, as two key players, Sanchez and Arnautovic, are presently unable to sufficiently rest or recover, often being tasked with changing the game outcomes on the pitch.

Inzaghi, the team’s manager, had requested for both the Austrian and Chilean players, most likely because they were not excessively costly options for Inter Milan. Given the current financial circumstances, the club sees it crucial to make a new move in the market.

Taremi tops the list of potential recruits. Still, sadly, the January market appears bereft of monetary resources. This has been duly noted by Marotta and Ausilio, the club’s executive and sports director respectively, whose policy remains clear;

They will either opt for free loan players, or, in the face of financial constraints, may be compelled to freeze the winter market entirely.

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