Inter have reportedly made a shock offer for Torino striker Andrea Belotti.
The 23-year-old has fired in 26 goals and provided seven assists for the Granata this term, and has a €100m release clause written into his contract.
This is only valid for abroad however, and Tuttosport reports that the Nerazzurri are ready to offer €70m plus three players that are surplus to requirements at San Siro.
Andrea Ranocchia, Davide Santon and another unnamed player are said to make up the trio, but Torino have rejected all advances.
The report suggests that Inter have made the move for Belotti due to uncertainty over the future of Mauro Icardi, with both Napoli and clubs in Spain linked with a bid for the captain.
Toro President Urbano Cairo is said to be unwilling to sell his star striker in Italy however, and there remains interest from the Premier League, with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham linked with Belotti.