Cagliari and Torino are interested in signing defender Federico Dimarco from Inter, with the player thought to be valued at around €12 million by the Nerazzurri,

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that Inter would consider parting with the 23-year-old but only for the right offer.

Dimarco returned this summer from a loan spell at Hellas Verona, where he impressed playing on the left side of the team under manager Ivan Juric.

It is thought that the Nerazzurri have considered keeping the player, with the Italian potentially an option to strengthen the defensive options available to new manager Simone Inzaghi for next season.

However, the player could also be sold for a profit should the right offer come in.

Cagliari have good relations with the Nerazzurri, with the clubs currently negotiating a deal for Inter’s Radja Nainggolan to move to the Rossoblue permanently among other transfer talks between the clubs.

Torino, meanwhile, could hope to immediately reunite Dimarco with his former coach, having appointed former Verona boss Juric for next season, with the manager having made Dimarco a regular fixture at Verona last season.