Inter manager Walter Mazzarri is hoping the club can bring in a wide player before the start of the new season.
Mazzarri moved to San Siro in May, taking over from Andrea Stramaccioni after winning the 2011-12 Coppa Italia with Napoli and helping them to finish second in Serie A last season.
Inter have made a host of signings during the transfer window, with the likes of Mauro Icardi and Ishak Belfodil joining from Sampdoria and Parma respectively.
The duo will help to boost a forward line that scored 55 league goals and finished ninth under Stramaccioni last term.
However, Mazzarri believes his squad still needs width if Inter are to challenge at the top end of the table.
“It would be better if one arrived,” he told Corriere dello Sport.
“Everybody knows how important my wide players are to me in both phases of play – the defensive and the offensive.”