Inter’s hopes of swapping Dalbert for Cristiano Biraghi appear slim because Fiorentina are not keen on the idea, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Nerazzurri are pursuing their former academy left-back as he would be eligible for a homegrown slot in Antonio Conte’s Champions League squad.
But Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio must sell one of their existing players in that zone of the pitch before securing a deal, leading them to offer Dalbert to the Viola.
The Brazilian is unlikely to join up with Vincenzo Montella but does have a series of suitors in France, where he played before joining Inter in 2017.
Biraghi made 35 appearances for Fiorentina last season and has now established himself in the Italian national team under Roberto Mancini.
He has also played for Chievo, Granada and Pescara since leaving Inter’s youth system in 2014, before making the switch to Florence two summers ago.
Dalbert impressed during preseason under Conte after most had expected an immediate departure in this transfer window.
It seems the former Nice wing-back has failed to save his career with the Nerazzurri, though, albeit time is running out for Inter to arrange a sale.