Inter Milan are reportedly considering two players from the Serie A in order to appease manager Antonio Conte who is reportedly unhappy with the club's hierarchy.
According to Calciomercato via Corriere dello Sport, Conte was allegedly furious after Inter suffered a 3-2 loss in their recent outing against Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League.
In a post-match conference, Conte didn't mince his words when it came to top management and criticised the lacking of planning which has led to his squad lacking the necessary depth.
However, two reports have emerged that Inter are monitoring Genoa striker Christian Kouamé as well as Udinese midfielder Rodrigo de Paul ahead of the January transfer window.
Kouamé joined Genoa in the summer of 2018 where the club signed him for a fee of €5.25 million from Serie B side Cittadella.
De Paul, on the other hand, signed with Udinese in the summer of 2016 where he was bought from Valencia for a fee of €3 million.