Following the statements of Udinese midfielder Gokhan Inler's agent that the player will be allowed to leave the club for the right price, Zenit St. Petersburg are ready to step in, not just for the Swiss international but also two other Zebrette players.
According to Sport-Express, Zenit coach Luciano Spalletti is monitoring goalkeeper Samir Handanovic and defender Cristian Zapata, as well as the well sought-after midfielder Inler.
The Petrograders will give their Italian coach money to spend after his first season in charge saw the Golubye win the Championship of Russia and qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
Udinese are reportedly willing to let the players leave if the conditions of the transfers suit the Italian club.
Zenit have already brought in Aleksandar Lukovic from Udinese in the summer, as Spalletti continues to target the club for reinforcements.