Inter could look to sign Chievo Verona midfielder Daniel Frey should the Verona-based club be excluded from Serie B next season.

This according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who report that should the 19-year-old arrive he will be immediately loaned out to S.P.A.L. in Serie B.

Frey is the son of French former goalkeeper Sebastien Frey, who played for the Nerazzurri between 1998 and 2001 in addition to spells with Parma and Fiorentina among other clubs.

The young full-back is currently playing with Chievo, but the club’s situation is in turmoil after a decision to exclude them from Italy’s second division due to the state of their finances.

Should the Verona club not be successful in their appeal of this decision, Frey could arrive at Inter.

If the Nerazzurri sign Frey, he will not immediately be made a first-team player, but rather is expected to go out on loan to Ferrara-based side S.P.A.L.