Inter join Napoli and Manchester City in tracking Boca Juniors midfielder Agustin Almendra, who has been dubbed the new Juan Roman Riquelme.
The Nerazzurri have been keeping tabs on the teenager, but no official offer has been made yet, reports Calciomercato.com.
Almendra is seen as one of Boca’s prized assets and he has a release clause of €20m, while his contract runs down in 2022.
Inter CEO Beppe Marotta could be willing to leave Almendra on loan at Boca for another season in a bid to lower the asking price.
Napoli and Manchester City have also shown an interest in the midfielder, who has scored once in 15 Argentinian Primera Division appearances this season.