Inter have no intention of sending Federico Dimarco on loan again next season, according to a report in the Italian media today.

Tuttosport’s print edition said Torino were interested in bringing in the full-back after they appointed Ivan Juric, who coached Dimarco at Hellas Verona in the campaign just finished.

Juric is very keen to be reunited with Dimarco and has made an express request to Torino to try and sign him, but Inter’s conditions are clear.

The Nerazzurri will not sanction another loan move and would only consider a permanent deal, with an initial request of €12 million for any interested buyers.

Inter would be willing to lower their demands for Dimarco to €10 million, the Turin-based paper revealed, but that is as far as they would go.

Dimarco played at left wing-back and as a left-sided centre-back in Juric’s 3-4-3 system at Hellas Verona, showing off his versatility, and Inter could keep him for next season.

Simone Inzaghi will get the chance to assess the 23-year-old when he comes for pre-season training at Inter next month.