AC Milan and Inter have already been linked with a lot of the same targets this summer and another mutual objective has emerged, a report claims.
According to SportMediaset’s Claudio Raimondi, both clubs are ready to try for Beto of Udinese, whose €35m release clause expired a few days ago meaning that a negotiation with Udinese would be needed.
The Rossoneri could turn fully to the Portuguese forward if Porto do not lower their demands for Mehdi Taremi, which are currently set at €30m for a player who is 31 and has a year left on his deal.
Beto is a player that is valued by Udinese at €30m and there could be the possible inclusion of Lorenzo Colombo in the operation to lower the cash sum, as he has a market value of €10m.
The Nerazzurri, on the other hand, have identified the 25-year-old as a back-up plan to Alvaro Morata. Beto scored 10 goals in Serie A last season, having netted 11 the season prior.