Inter will have room to sign another midfielder this month if Joao Mario and Borja Valero both leave, according to Corriere dello Sport.
The Nerazzurri would not have a lot of money to spend and it is not their priority for the moment, but a deal is possible at the end of the transfer window.
Joao Mario still has interest from Monaco, who have offered a part-exchange deal involving former Genoa striker Pietro Pellegri, but Galatasaray and Sevilla have also made approaches.
Valero seems less likely to depart anytime soon, having told Inter he wishes to respect the final year of his contract in Milan.
Inter’s incoming transfer business has taken a backseat following the arrival of Romelu Lukaku from Manchester United.
The club are now focused on trimming their squad for Antonio Conte before the new Serie A campaign begins.
Mauro Icardi is another player Inter want to offload soon, but the striker is playing for time while waiting for a move to Juventus.
Napoli and Roma are both eager to take the Argentine but Maurito seems uninterested in either option for now.