Quique Sanchez Flores has made it clear that he'd like to be considered for the Inter job if Gian Piero Gasperini is sacked.
Gasperini is fighting to save his job after an unhappy start to life on the Nerazzurri bench.
A late replacement for Leonardo in the summer, Inter have lost their first three competitive games under his guidance.
The Nerazzurri were beaten by their city rivals Milan in the Italian Super Cup last month, fell 4-3 in Palermo on Sunday and started this term's Champions League with a 1-0 Trabzonspor shock.
Numerous names have been associated with the perhaps soon to be vacant role, including the Spaniard.
"If Inter make a call then I'd go straight away," the tactician told Marca TV.
Flores, 46, has bossed Getafe, Valencia, Benfica and Atletico Madrid during his eight year coaching career.
He left Atletico at the end of last season.
It's believed that he doesn't have a great relationship with new Inter striker Diego Forlan, who also left Atletico this summer.
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