Reports in Italy and France suggest Samir Nasri of Arsenal is the big transfer coup on Inter's summer agenda.
The Gunners starlet's contract expires in June 2012 and he has not been eager to renew, so a sale seems likely.
According to Sky Sport Italia, President Massimo Moratti has set his sights on taking Nasri to Serie A.
It certainly wouldn't be the first time, as he has been interested in the French international since his days at Marseille in 2008, when Arsenal purchased him for £15.8m.
It's thought that Manchester United and Bayern Munich are also tracking ‘Le Petit Prince.'
Arsenal have reportedly proposed a five-year contract worth £90,000 per week, but the 23-year-old is hesitating.
Nasri had initially been tipped as a replacement for Wesley Sneijder, but this week the Dutchman confirmed he would stay at San Siro.
It could well be that Leonardo is plotting a tactical system using both playmakers.