Date:25th July 2014 at 1:52am
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Inter seem to have settled on the marquee striker they wish to bring in this summer, with efforts now being focused on Sevilla’s Carlos Bacca.

Inter have strengthened well this summer with Nemanja Vidic, Yann M’Vila, Dodo and Tommaso Berni having already arrived and Gary Medel on the verge of moving from Cardiff, but the club have been chasing big name strikers like Stevan Jovetic of Manchester City and Javier Hernandez of Manchester United all summer.

However, according to Tuttosport, the Nerazzurri are now focusing their efforts on bringing in Sevilla’s Colombian international striker Carlos Bacca and have gone so far as to offer the Spanish side a year long loan deal with a fee of €2 million upfront and a guaranteed purchase clause of €12m at the end of the season.

To sweeten the deal for the Primera Division side, Inter have offered either Zdravko Kuzmanovic, who Sevilla are known admirers of, or Ruben Botta in exchange for the 27 year old.

Bacca is seen as the perfect striker for coach Walter Mazzarri as he can play both the lead striker and in a more withdrawn role, allowing the striker to line up alongside any of Mazzarri’s strikers.