Parma would like to sign two Inter players for next season after making approaches for Andrew Gravillon and Andrea Pinamonti, according to Sky Sport.
Gravillon was brought back to his parent club recently when Inter exercised their buy-back option with Pescara, but the defender is almost certain to be sold elsewhere this summer.
Pinamonti also has interest from newly-promoted side Lecce after the Salentini met Inter yesterday but would only leave the club on loan.
Inter have yet to respond to either of the Ducali’s requests but will presumably do so in the coming days.
The Nerazzurri are adamant they will not repeat the mistake they made last summer by selling Nicolo Zaniolo when deciding Pinamonti’s future.
The 20-year-old is likely to be sent out on loan and if he were sold permanently Inter would ensure they had a buy-back option.
Gravillon made 29 appearances for Pescara in Serie B last season, helping the Delfino to a fifth-placed finish before they lost to Verona in the play-offs.