Free agent striker Fernando Llorente would like to return to Italy but everything depends on Mauro Icardi according to a report from Milan based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Spaniard has drawn links to both Inter and Napoli in recent weeks and is believed to be looking for a two or three year deal as per reports currently circulating in the media.
Inter manager Antonio Conte likes the idea of working with Llorente again and sees him as a player he could use as an alternative to Inter record signing Romelu Lukaku.
Napoli meanwhile appear to have Icardi as their number one transfer target for striker but want to ensure they are prepared in the event that the Argentine rejects them which has led to them sparking an interest in Llorente.
The Azzurri have offered Llorente a deal worth €2.5 million a season and will use him as an alternative to Arkadiusz Milik.