Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho is likely to be available this summer, but the size of his wages is likely to make his arrival at Inter infeasible.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that the Brazilian is not likely to be set for a return to Inter despite being on the market.

Coutinho spent three seasons with the Nerazzurri between 2010 and 2013, making 47 appearances in all competitions.

He was sold to Liverpool, where he found form and earned a big money move to Barcelona, but he has never settled at the Camp Nou, or established himself at Bayern Munich where he was on loan during the 2019-20 season.

The Blaugranas are said to be willing to part with the 29-year-old playmaker, possibly even on a free transfer.

The Nerazzurri are one club considered to be a logical destination for the Brazilian, but at the moment he is not being considered by CEO Beppe Marotta, and his arrival would be problematic due to his high wages.