Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti is ready to shake up the Italian transfer market. After comments made by coach Jose Mourinho over the weekend about adding more Italian talent to his squad, Corriere dello Sport says Moratti will prepare a major summer transfer budget in order to target the best young players in the nation.

Udinese striker Fabio Quagliarella and Villarreal star Giuseppe Rossi will top Inter's attacking targets. Sampdoria's Italy U21 midfielder Andrea Poli, Siena's Daniele Galloppa and Torino fullback Matteo Rubin will also attract bids.

Cagliari striker Robert Acquafresca and Brescia goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano will join Inter at the end of the season after deals struck in January.