Inter are likely to receive an offer from Torino for Federico Dimarco, according to a report in the Italian media today.

Dimarco is returning to Inter after finishing his season-long loan at Hellas Verona, but there is no guarantee he will stay with the Nerazzurri. said Torino’s new boss Ivan Juric – who coached Dimarco in Verona – wants to continue working with Dimarco, and the Granata are preparing an offer.

Inter will have to consider the bid when it arrives, but they would want €9-10 million to sell the 23-year-old.

Antonio Conte approved Dimarco’s return from Hellas Verona for the 2021-22 season, but he has now left and that could have an impact on Dimarco’s future as well.

Inter are open to the idea of selling Dimarco but they will only accept an offer in the region of the above figure.

Dimarco scored five goals and provided five assists in all competitions for Hellas Verona, as Juric’s old side secured a 10th-place finish in Serie A.