Inter Milan are planning something of a revolution when it comes to their wide areas, report Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday.

Having won Serie A this season they want to make sure they remain on top, and also please manager Antonio Conte, who is always in relentless pursuit of improvements to his squad.

Several players, such as Ashley Young and Ivan Perisic, can leave, and whilst Inter are looking within Italy for replacements, there’s also the possibility of signing someone from elsewhere.

That’s where Chelsea come in, and specifically Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri. Gazzetta state, as a matter of fact, that the pair ‘are leaving’ Thomas Tuchel’s side this summer, because they ‘want to feel important again’.

Such a claim would suggest the two don’t feel they have much of a future under Tuchel at Chelsea. For Palmieri, that’s certainly understandable, with him not getting a chance under the German manager. In contrast, Alonso has had things a little better, and, regardless of what Gazzetta say, he may be inclined to continue his stay in London.