There are reports Inter no longer want Stevan Jovetic and will ask Manchester City if he can be loaned out for six months.
The Montenegro international arrived over the summer on loan for €2.5m with a mandatory option to buy for another €17m.
However, Sport Italia claim Roberto Mancini and the Nerazzurri don’t want to keep him and are looking for an exit strategy.
Jovetic himself fuelled speculation this week when posting a picture of a door on social media, which some took to mean he was on his way out.
Inter could aim to loan the player for the next six months, but would need permission from Manchester City to make that move.
The Nerazzurri would then have to sell Jo-Jo over the summer.
Jovetic scored three goals in his first two Serie A games at Inter, but since then has netted only once and been repeatedly dropped because his partnership with Mauro Icardi does not work.
Jovetic has played a grand total of eight minutes in the last two Serie A rounds.