Inter should loan Brazilian goalkeeper Gabriel Brazao to Albacete in order to play regularly this season.
The 18-year-old was signed via Parma in January for €2.4m and then purchased by Inter for €6.5m, even though he never played for the Ducali.
This is a tactic often used to by-pass the limits on non-EU players in Italy, as if they go via another Serie A club first, they no longer take up that spot.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Liga 2 side Albacete will take Gabriel Brazao on a one-year loan so he can acclimatise to European football.
He is a product of the Cruzeiro youth academy and has 20 caps for Brazil at Under-17 level, plus two for the Under-20s.