Inter could bring back Verona midfielder Daniel Bessa before Monday’s transfer deadline.
According to Corriere dello Sport, Bessa appeals to Inter as he could be brought in on loan with an option to buy and can play any midfield role in a 3-5-2 formation.
He would also be considered part of the Nerazzurri’s home-grown quota for the Champions League.
The 26-year-old came up through the Beneamata’s youth ranks and left for Verona in 2017, before spending last season on loan at Genoa.
He was instrumental in Inter’s run to a youth League and European cup double in 2012 with Andrea Stramaccioni at the helm.
Tuttosport adds he could be included in the loan deal that takes teenage forward Eddie Salcedo to Hellas.
However, it is thought Bessa will only be targeted in the event Borja Valero moves on.