Inter are considering offering Roma striker Edin Dzeko a two-year contract with the option of a third, which the player would like to agree to.
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who report that the Nerazzurri have already made contact with the Bosnian in January over a possible move, and that both parties remain interested in a possible move for the player to the Giuseppe Meazza.
Dzeko has been identified among the possible targets by Inter as the club look to bring in a reliable attacking option amid a summer of upheavel.
The player had been sounded out about a move in January when there were talks over a possible swap deal with the Giallorossi which would see Alexis Sanchez go the other way, and he was open to a move.
The 35-year-old would like to be a part of the new project of manager Jose Mourinho at Roma this season, but he would also consider an offer from the Nerazzurri, with a two-year contract potentially preferable to staying in the Italian capital where he has only one year left on his deal.