Inter have received a ‘small approach’ from Wolverhampton Wanderers for midfielder Joao Mario, according to Sky Sport.
The Portuguese international is not part of Antonio Conte’s plans for this season and is almost certain to be sold.
Monaco have been linked with the 26-year-old in recent weeks, along with West Ham and Leicester.
Nelio Lucas was also reported by FcInterNews.it last week to be exploring the Chinese market on Mario’s behalf.
Mario made 20 appearances for Inter in all competitions last season, scoring once in a 5-0 win over Genoa and creating three assists.
He has never repaid the faith the Nerazzurri showed in him during the summer of 2016, when they signed him from Sporting Lisbon in a deal worth more than €40 million.
Inter are widely thought to want a permanent deal for Mario, but they cannot sell him on the cheap if they want to avoid making a net loss.
It remains to be seen how serious Wolves’ interest really is.