Inter has reportedly joined Juventus, Real Madrid and PSG in the hunt for Paul Pogba, particularly after Manchester United declined their option to contract.
Manchester United decided not to take up their option to extend his contract until June 2022, according to the latest rumors from England.
The current deal for Pogba runs out in June 2021, which makes it even more likely he will be sold at a cut-price rate this summer.
Juventus has long been linked to a reunion, while it is also known that Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are interested.
Now Tuttosport and Sportmediaset are pointing towards Inter, where Pogba would once again be working with Antonio Conte.
The Nerazzurri had already done business with Manchester United last summer over Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez, then took Ashley Young in January.
If Marcelo Brozović goes with Liverpool, Pogba would be able to form an all-new midfield partnership with Christian Eriksen.