Inter will meet Andrea Palazzi’s representatives in the coming days to discuss the midfielder’s future, according to FcInterNews.it.
Palazzi made 23 appearances for Serie C club Monza last season after spending the first half of the campaign at Pescara, scoring three goals.
The 23-year-old could remain with the Biancorossi for another year but he also has interest from four clubs in Serie B.
Ascoli, Livorno, Benevento and Virtus Entella have all made approaches as they await a decision from Inter and his entourage.
Palazzi made one appearance for Inter’s first team under Walter Mazzarri in 2014, playing the final seven minutes of a 1-1 draw with Saint-Etienne in the Europa League group stage.
The midfielder has a contract with the Nerazzurri until 2021 but is unlikely to return to the club anytime soon.
Palazzi has also played for Livorno and Pro Vercelli since leaving Inter’s youth system in 2015, with the former now interested in bringing him back.