The three European clubs are looking at defensive reinforcement in the summer and a player of Nigerian descent could be at the centre of their attraction
Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo could leave the English Premier League in the summer after it emerged that the Anglo-Nigerian star is on the radar of several major French and Italian clubs.
According to Italian news outlet TuttoMercatoWeb, Inter Milan have their eyes trained on Adarabioyo who is highly rated in the Nerazzurri boardroom.
Inter are set to lose PSG-bound Milan Skriniar in the summer and will target the 25-year-old former England youth international as his replacement.
It will, however, not be a straightforward deal for the Italian giants as it has emerged that the likes of Marseille and Monaco are also keen on Adarabioyo.
Adarabioyo has a contract with Fulham until June 2024, having signed from Manchester United two and a half years ago for less than two million euros.
The centre-back has made 14 Premier League and three FA Cup appearances for the Cottagers this term, scoring once.
Presently valued at €18 million, Adarabioyo could see his stock rise even higher when he commits his international future to three-time African champions, Nigeria.
No longer in the picture for England’s Three Lions, the former Blackburn loanee is a target of the Nigerian Football Federation.
Adarabioyo could be the long-term replacement for aging QPR defender, Leon Balogun.