Inter are among several Serie A clubs considering a move for Torino midfielder Daniele Baselli, according to Tuttosport.
Baselli has made 111 appearances for the Granata since joining them from Atalanta in 2015 and enjoyed a successful second half of the 2017-18 season under Walter Mazzarri, leading new Italy coach Roberto Mancini to hand him his first senior international call-up this month.
The midfielder is expected to remain with Torino for at least another season, according to the Turin-based news outlet, but it is not guaranteed given that several of Italy’s top teams are reported to be interested in him.
Milan are one of the clubs to have expressed a desire to sign him in the past, but the Rossoneri are unable to conclude any transfer business at the moment as they are waiting for UEFA to deliver their verdict on their Financial Fair Play transgressions.
Lazio and Roma are also linked with the 26 year-old, with the former expected to recoup a huge sum of money from the sale of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic this summer and the latter having tried to acquire his services during the January transfer window.
However Inter are another club reportedly showing interest in Baselli, who has openly admitted to being an Interista in the past, and could tempt the Italian away from Turin with an increase in wages and the prospect of playing in the Champions League.