Inter are reportedly targeting Lazio captain Lucas Biglia for January, but could be deterred by the asking price.
The Nerazzurri were defeated by the Aquile last night, with Felipe Melo sent-off for a karate kick on Biglia.
However, Corriere dello Sport reports that the Beneamata are still interested in the Argentinian international, as they are lacking creativity in midfield.
While primarily a defensive midfielder, Biglia is viewed as more creative that Geoffrey Kondogbia, Marcelo Brozovic or Fredy Guarin.
However, the newspaper reports that the Biancocelesti would ask for a fee of between €20m and €25m for one of their key players.
That would be out of Inter’s price range, as they struggle with Financial Fair Play obligations, though Andrea Ranocchia could be offered in exchange to lower the cost.