Inter are in talks with their sister club Jiangsu Suning to sell defender Joao Miranda, according to Corriere dello Sport.
The Brazilian is no longer part of the Nerazzurri’s plans for this season, despite telling reporters last month he would be keen to see out the final year of his contract.
Antonio Conte did not mention Miranda when naming the defenders he had at his disposal during his first press conference last weekend.
The 34-year-old has yet to agree personal terms with Jiangsu, though, and time is running out with the Chinese window set to close on 31 July.
Inter also want to sell Joao Mario and Dalbert before the new Serie A campaign begins on 24 August.
Mario has interest from Monaco, who are coached by his former Sporting Lisbon boss Leonardo Jardim, while Lyon remain keen on securing a deal for the full-back.
Neither club is close to a deal at present but their interest is worth bearing in mind as the market continues.