Lazio midfielder Luis Alberto is a player of interest for Inter, but they would be unlikely to move for him in the January transfer window.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri could move for the Spaniard next summer, with the player looking increasingly unsettled in the Italian capital.
Alberto has started on the bench for the Biancocelesti’s last three matches, against Inter, Marseille, and Verona, and he has appeared unhappy with his situation under coach Maurizio Sarri.
The 29-year-old could push for an exit, as he had done in the summer when he did not show up for pre-season training camp before ultimately staying at the club, although a destination would be unclear.
AC Milan had approached the Biancocelesti about the midfielder in the summer, getting a request of €40 million for his signature in response, and the Rossoneri could move for him once again.
Meanwhile, the Nerazzurri are also thought to be tracking Alberto, with head coach Simone Inzaghi having enjoyed a good relationship with the Spanish midfielder in their time together in Rome.
Inter signed Hakan Calhanoglu from AC Milan over the summer as they looked to replace the stricken Christian Eriksen, and for the time being the Turk looks to be the main creative midfielder at the club as Inzaghi attempts to fit the ex-Rossoneri player into his tactical system.
Accordingly, a January move for Alberto would be very unlikely in spite of his situation, but the situation could change next summer should he still be available.