Frosinone are reportedly considering a loan offer in January for Inter Milan defender Yann Bisseck.

The Canarini have arguably been the main Dark Horse in Serie A since the start of the season, producing impressive displays under the guidance of Eusebio Di Francesco.

The newly-promoted Serie A side could be looking to bolster its ranks during the January transfer session.

According to Tuttosport via FcInterNews, Frosinone are searching the market for a new defender.

The Serie B champions have reportedly identified a few candidates for the role, including Juventus teenager Dean Huijen and Inter’s Yann Bisseck.

The 22-year-old joined the Nerazzurri in the summer but has yet to establish himself as a regular starter at Simone Inzaghi’s court.

The Germany U21 starlet has only made two brief cameos in Serie A in addition to one starting appearance in the Champions League.

However, the source claims that Inter could be reluctant to loan out the young defender due to recent injury woes at the back.

With Benjamin Pavard and Alessandro Bastoni both unavailable, Bisseck should be able to collect additional playing time in the coming weeks.

Inter Milan To Reject Frosinone Approach For Yann Bisseck

Therefore, Frosinone may have to start looking elsewhere in their quest to find a new defender.

Despite his young age, Bisseck has already represented a host of clubs around Europe. He had spells in Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal and Denmark before signing for Inter last summer.

The German has a contract that ties him to the Italian giants until 2028.