The nerazzurri keep working to add more talent to their roster, and Conte has identified a player at Real Madrid that would fill his needs.
Real Madrid and Inter Milan close to striking quite an interesting deal for both parties, and it all comes after Antonio Conte's request.
The Italian boss wants to strengthen his defensive unit, even if that means he has to let go one of the team's recent signings. According to Marca, the former Juve tactician is ready to offer a cash-plus-player deal or a straight swap for Sergio Reguilón, and the nerazzurri player thrown into the mix would be Christian Eriksen.
Conte wants to pave the way for Arturo Vidal's signing, and since Eriksen has not been able to earn a spot in the team's regular lineup, he seems like the right fit for such a deal. Furthermore, the midfielder had been linked in the past with Los Blancos, and such a move would be appreciated by Zinedine Zidane to boost his team's midfield.
Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez had stated that there would be no big money deals this summer at the Bernabeu due to the effects caused by the coronavirus pandemic, but the chance of signing a long-time transfer target and adding a buyback clause on Reguilón's deal could be tempting for the Spanish tycoon.
Negotiations are believed to be in the early stages, but the Spanish defender has already made up his mind on where he wants to play after snubbing Manchester United's interest in his services.