Torino are interested in loaning in out-of-favour Inter Milan forward Joaquin Correa.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews.

The future of Argentine international forward Correa at Inter has looked up in the air this summer.

By all accounts, the Nerazzurri are ready to part ways with the 29-year-old. He is not a major part of their plans for the season by any means.

Correa arrived at Inter from Lazio in the summer of 2021, and he had significant expectations attached to him as well as a large price tag.

However, the former Sevilla and Sampdoria forward has never really met those expectations.

There have been a few standout moments here and there. Correa scored match-winning braces against the likes of Hellas Verona and Udinese in his first season at the club, and also found the back of the net in a Champions League clash with Benfica.

But these have been much more the exception than the rule.

Injuries have played a major role in disrupting Correa’s momentum. The Argentine has missed a fair bit of time, and when he has been available there have been doubts about his match-fitness.

Torino Show Interest In Loaning Inter Milan’s Joaquin Correa

Even Inter coach Simone Inzaghi – who had virtually been Correa’s main sponsor in 2021 – is reportedly ready to send the 29-year-old on his way.

However, the interest in Correa has been relatively sparse.

Few clubs see the Argentine as a player who could restart his best form in a different shirt. And those that do, perhaps, would not consider him within their price range.

But according to Sky, Torino are cautiously eyeing up a move.

The Granata would have to sign Correa on loan for the operation to by financially feasible, however.

And, Sky note, if Inter do send Correa out on loan during the dying days of the transfer window, they likely know who they’ll go after to replace him.

The Nerazzurri are ready to move for Alexis Sanchez as a like-for-like replacement for the 29-year-old.