Inter will hold talks with goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano later this week about a possible January exit.
The two parties were expected to hold negotiations on Monday, but they will now see each other tomorrow.
“There was no meeting,” agent Claudio Vigorelli told SportItalia. “It was postponed until Wednesday afternoon.”
Viviano is looking for a move away this month in order to play first team football after recovering from knee ligament damage.
The Italian international, who is hoping to make the Azzurri’s Euro 2012 squad, currently faces competition from Julio Cesar at San Siro.
It’s understood that the summer signing from Bologna could spend the rest of the campaign on loan at Palermo.