Inter could move to sign Valencia wingback Jesus Vazquez on loan during the January transfer window, in a deal that would contain an option to buy the player permanently.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, who reported this afternoon via FCInterNews that the 19-year-old would be one of the Nerazzurri’s main targets in the left-wingback position and that he would be available to leave his current club on a loan deal.

Vazquez has struggled to find regular playing time at Valencia this season.

The young wingback is considered a major talent, but getting into the starting eleven ahead of club captain Jose Gaya has not proved easy.

Inter are admirers of Vazquez, and see him as a major target to reinforce the left flank in the event that Robin Gosens were to leave the club.

If the Nerazzurri move for Vazquez, Mediaset report, they would be able to sign the Spaniard on an initial loan deal containing an option to sign him permanently next summer.